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Sosnowiec presentation

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  2. Informant Sosnowiec’s crest Sosnowiec’s flag AKADEMIA WSB
  3. Basic informations AKADEMIA WSB • Located in Silesian Voivodeship • Got town rights in 1902 • Population 200,000 people • President Arkadiusz Chęciński • One of the four cities of Zagłębie Dąbrowskie region • Part of Katowice Urban Area • Main river Przemsza
  4. How to get there? AKADEMIA WSB 2 ways to get to Sosnowiec from Akademia WSB: • Through Dąbrowski Avenue • Through 3 Maja Street
  5. History AKADEMIA WSB During the Napoleonic Wars, it became part of the Duchy of Warsaw in 1807 and later, of Congress Poland ruled by the namiestniks of the Russian Empire. Located at the borders with the German Empire and Austria-Hungary, Sosnowiec became famous for the Three Emperors' Corner tripoint, which was located within current limits of the city. r%25C3%25B3jk%25C4%2585t_Trzech_Cesarzy&psig=AOvVaw1xx00tdegIFcqJwI4tA- TE&ust=1643720399589000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved=0CA0Q3YkBahcKEwiIxOrnhdz1 AhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQAw
  6. History AKADEMIA WSB During the January Uprising, in February 1863, the Battle of Sosnowiec was fought, in which Polish insurgents led by Apolinary Kurowski defeated the Russians. The victory allowed the Poles to take control of the surrounding towns as well. sosnowiec-7-lutego- 1863%2F&psig=AOvVaw38pYSwrb1r886pi4d9kr9O&ust=16437 20482429000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved=0CA0Q3YkBahcKE wjAu9OOhtz1AhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQAw
  7. History AKADEMIA WSB With effect from 10 June 1902, by the order of Emperor Nicholas II of Russia, Sosnowiec was legally named a city with the area of 19 square kilometres and with 60,000 inhabitants. Obtaining the city rights helped the economic and cultural development of the town. %2F1210977%2Cfoto.html&psig=AOvVaw 0WRFQvcqze_TLxDa_wxc67&ust=1643720 535624000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved =0CA0Q3YkBahcKEwjA8J2ohtz1AhUAAAA AHQAAAAAQAw
  8. History AKADEMIA WSB Here are some old photos of Sosnowiec ukladano-tory-tramwajowe-w-sosnowcu- archiwalne-zdjecia-zobaczcie-sosnowiec-sprzed- wojny-w-latach-1926- 1933%2Fga%2F13010108%2Fzd%2F27914114&p sig=AOvVaw3paeAOuK_- ZnpBKpmSQHcz&ust=1643720616350000&source =images&cd=vfe&ved=0CA0Q3YkBahcKEwjY44DO htz1AhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQEQ
  9. History AKADEMIA WSB After the 1939 Invasion of Poland, which started World War II, the city was occupied by Nazi Germany and renamed Sosnowitz. In June 1943 thousands of Jews were deported from Sosnowiec Ghetto to the Auschwitz concentration camp. After World War II, Sosnowiec further developed. On June 1, 1975, the metropolitan area was expanded when the neighbouring locations of Zagórze, Kazimierz Górniczy, Porąbka, Klimontów, and Maczki, became its districts.
  10. Culture City Club of Jan Kiepura Museum in Sosnowiec AKADEMIA WSB Founded in 1983, from the beginning it was identified with the figure of the great Pole, tenor, resident of Sosnowiec - Jan Kiepura. The club persistently popularizes these aspects, with particular emphasis on classical music. The Museum started its activity in 1985 as a branch of the Upper Silesian Museum in Bytom. Ten years later the institution was taken over by the local government of Sosnowiec and since then it has been known as the Museum in Sosnowiec. During 25 years of its activity about 500 exhibitions have been organized, which were visited by over 700 000 visitors.
  11. Culture Municipal House of Culture "Kazimierz” Zagłębie Theatre was founded in 1897 as a sixth theater in Poland. It was built by Charles Steczkowski architectural plans, originally planned as a complex: Winter Theatre, Hotel Saski, summer theater. On several Zaglebie Theatre Zagłębie Theatre was founded in 1897 as a sixth theater in Poland. It was built by Charles Steczkowski architectural plans, originally planned as a complex: Winter Theatre, Hotel Saski, summer theater. On several occasions, changed the name of the object: Polish Theatre (1920), City Theatre (1927), Basin Theatre (1955). Also, many times rebuilt the historic block. The current shape is due to the last upgrade executed in the years 1976-1978 and extension carried out in 1992. AKADEMIA WSB
  12. Culture Department of Computer Science and Materials Science It consists of the Institute of Computer Science, the Institute of Materials Science and the Chair of Materials Science. The Institute of Computer Science and the Department of Materials Science are located in Sosnowiec. The Institute of Computer Science was founded as the Institute of Scientific and Technical Information in 1974 and currently offers three-year bachelor's and two- year master's degree programs in Computer Science. Medical University of Silesia - Faculty of Pharmacy Established in 1971, it is one of the five faculties of the Silesian Medical Academy. The studies are conducted in the single master studies system (pharmacy, medical analysis, biotechnology), and - in the double master studies system (biotechnology, cosmetology, computer science). AKADEMIA WSB
  13. Culture There are over 10 large parks in Sosnowiec. Some of them are: Mieroszewski Park in Zagórze, Park in 1 Maja Street, Millennium Park in Milowice, Park in Baczyńskiego Street, Park in Mościckiego Street, Park in Ostrogórska Street, Forest Park in Kazimierz, Borderland Park with Exotarium, Wanda Malczewska Park in Klimontów, Schön Park in Środulka, Żeromski Park in Pogoń. The most popular place of recreation for Sosnowiec is Sielecki Park. The oldest information about the park surrounding Zamek Sielecki and basing its western border on the Czarna Przemsza River comes from 1835. In addition, there are 72 old trees - nature monuments in Sosnowiec. AKADEMIA WSB
  14. Questions AKADEMIA WSB • How do the Sosnowiec’s cres and flag look like? • What are 2 ways to get to Sosnowiec from Dąbrowa Górnicza? • Can you briefly tell about the history of the city? • What are the main places of culture in Sosnowiec? • What’s the name of Sosnowiec’s largest park?
  15. Monuments Miroszewski’s Palace Piątkowski’s Residence Church of St. Thomas the Apostle AKADEMIA WSB
  16. Sport The main sports center in Sosnowiec is Zagłębie Sosnowiec, the club has three sports teams: football, basketball and ice hockey. AKADEMIA WSB
  17. Sport Football: Founded: 1906 Successes: 4x runner-up Polish League: 1955, 1964, 1967, 1972 2x bronze medal in the Polish Championships: 1962, 1963, 1965 4x Polish Cup: 1962, 1963, 1977, 1978 1x Polish Cup finals: 1971 1x League Cup final (unofficial) 1978 AKADEMIA WSB
  18. Sport Ice Hockey: Founded: 1934 Successes: 5x Polish Championship: 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985. Vice 3x Polish: 1978, 1979, 1984. 2x Bronze Medal of the Polish Championships: 1988, 1990. AKADEMIA WSB
  19. Sport Basketball: Founded: 1975 Successes: 2x Polish Championship: 1985, 1986. 4x Bronze Medal of the Polish Championships: 1981, 1984, 1989, 1991. Polish Cup: 1983. AKADEMIA WSB
  20. Sport Volleyball: GKS Płomień Milowice was the volleyball section of the same name multisport club from Poland, located in the city of Sosnowiec. Płomień Milowice was one of the most important sports clubs in Poland the days of existing socialism. In 1992, the club was replaced by Płomień Sosnowiec. Successes: 2x Polish Championship: 1976–77, 1978– 79 Polish Cup: 1984–85 CEV European Champions Cup Winners 1977–78 AKADEMIA WSB
  21. Jan Kiepura Since 1912, he attended the seven-Male School of Economics in Sosnowiec, renamed after independence at the National Gymnasium. Stanislaw Staszic. In 1919 he joined the army voluntarily (I Bytomskich Rifle Regiment). He participated in the first Silesian uprising. During the Polish-Soviet War (1920) for a few months spent in a military unit in Torun and non-commissioned officers school in Grudziadz. In November 1920, he returned to school, where in June 1921 he graduated. Since October 1921, studied law at Warsaw University. Simultaneously, he studied singing at the Waclaw Brzezinski. In February 1924 he was admitted to the Warsaw Opera as an apprentice. Removed from the theater after a few months, he settled in Sosnowiec, where he practiced singing under the direction of Ignatius Warmuth. he was again in the United States. In 1958 he visited the country - has performed in major Polish cities. AKADEMIA WSB
  22. Famous people from Sosnowiec Famous and connected with Sosnowiec: Władysław Szpilman, composer Krzysztof Materna, actor, director Mieczysław Wolfke, physicist, co- discoverer of liquid helium Jacek Cygan, songwriter Prof. Fr. Włodzimierz Sedlak, bioelectronics creator AKADEMIA WSB
  23. Questions AKADEMIA WSB • Can you few monuments of Sosnowiec? • What’s the name of sports club in Sosnowiec and how many sections it has? • What was the name of the one of the best Polish volleyball clubs in the 70s? • Who was Jan Kiepura? • What are the main places of culture in Sosnowiec? • What’s the name of Sosnowiec’s larges park?
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  25. . Sources: Graphics used from public sources through Some of the pictures used belong to Dawid Chalimoniuk. AKADEMIA WSB