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Metropolitan union composed of 41 contiguous municipalities in the Silesian Voivodeship of Poland.

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Tychy

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City in Silesia in southern Poland, approximately 20 km south of Katowice.

City in Silesia in southern Poland, approximately 20 km south of Katowice.

St. Mary Magdalene Church in the Stare Tychy district
Memorial to Poles murdered by the Germans in the last public execution in Tychy on September 22, 1944
Osiedle A in Tychy, built in the 1950s
Brewery in Tychy on the right, Tyskie Brewing Museum on the left
Two trolleybuses at Tychy railway station
Muzeum Miniaturowej Sztuki Profesjonalnej Henryk Jan Dominiak in Tychy
street Żwakowska 8/66, 43-100 Tychy
tourist region: Upper Silesian Agglomeration.
Tychy Winter Stadium, home to GKS Tychy ice hockey club
GKS Tychy celebrating the Polish championship in 2018
Tychy City Stadium, home to the GKS Tychy football club
Silesian Uprisings Monument
City Hall in Tychy
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Old railway building at the old brewery
Cooperative bank in the city centre
Stefan Rowecki monument
Hotel Piramida
Park Łabędzi
Paprocany Lake
Paprocany Lake

Tychy is also one of the founding cities of the Metropolitan Association of Upper Silesia, a pan-Silesian economic and political union formed with the eventual aim of bringing the most populous Silesian areas under a single administrative body.

Piekary Śląskie

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City in Silesia in southern Poland, near Katowice.

City in Silesia in southern Poland, near Katowice.

Bytomska Street, the main street of the city
Meeting of Stanisław Szeptycki and Wawrzyniec Hajda in Piekary in 1922
Barbórka parade in Piekary Śląskie
Monument to the miners of the Andaluzja coal mine, murdered by the Germans during World War II
Wawrzyniec Hajda monument
Liberation Mound
One of the chapels of the Piekary Calvary
Sacred Heart church
Historic hospital building
Our Lady of Perpetual Help chapel in Kozłowa Góra
Facade of an old tenement house with figurines of Holy Mary

The north district of the Upper Silesian Metropolitan Union – metropolis with the population of 2 million.

Bytom

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City in Upper Silesia, in southern Poland.

City in Upper Silesia, in southern Poland.

Kosciuszko Square in the 1890s
Polish Gymnasium in Bytom in the 1930s
The Sleeping Lion at Bytom's Market Square
Building of IV Secondary School in Bytom
Districts of Bytom.
Agora Bytom shopping centre
A Pesa Twist tram in Bytom
Tenement house on Weber's Street
Silesian Opera
Kraszewski Street in Bytom
Townhouses on Jainty Street
Bobrek power station in the 1930s
Bytom city hall
thumb|St. Hyacinth's Church – an example of Neo-Romantic architecture in Bytom
Plac Akademicki – public square
Holy Trinity Church

In 2007, Bytom and its neighbours created the Upper Silesian Metropolitan Union, the largest urban centre in Poland.

Jaworzno

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City in southern Poland, near Katowice.

City in southern Poland, near Katowice.

Upper Silesian Metropolitan Union
Districts of Jaworzno
Early 20th-century view of the train station
Sosina artificial lake
Saint Elisabeth of Hungary Church in Jaworzno
Sports hall

In 2006 Jaworzno and 14 neighboring cities formed a multimunicipal structure, the Upper Silesian Metropolitan Union.