Monuments in Kielce: Sienkiewicza Street

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Monuments in Kielce: Sienkiewicza Street

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  • 1. Sienkiewicza Street http://www.panoramio.com/photos/original/9042499.jpg Daniel Moliner Paula Gil
  • 2.
    • Sienkiewicza Street in Kielcev of Poland . It is approximately 1270 metres long .
    • It was built in the middle of the 19th century. In 1919 it received its present name. In 1789 there were only 6 brick houses.
    • In 1821 Marian Potocki , an official land surveyor of the Polish Kingdom, created a spatial planning of Kielce.
    • In 1823, the present Sienkiewicza Street, on the initiative of Marian Potocki , was named after the Great Prince Pawlowicz . He was the most important character in the Polish Kingdom. In 1840 an impressive house with stables, inns and a theatre hall was built. Next to the building there was a post office and a school.
  • 3.
    • In 1887 an industrialist, Ludwik Stumpf , began the construction of the theatre which was called the Ludwik Theatre .
    • On July 5, 1881 a concession was granted to build a road which was to connect Deblin with Zagłebie Dabrowskie . Soon, contractors started building the railway and along with tracks also a station.
    • The first steam locomotive came to Kielce on December 21, 1883. The building of the railway station finished in 1885.
    • It was erected in the middle of the field, on the line of Sienkiewicza Street. This construction lasted until the 1960s.
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    • At the end of seventeenth century Kielce had about 1500 permanent inhabitants .
    • The city had 252 houses