SilesianVoivodeship The Śląskie Region is situated on the southern Polish, on the upper Vistula, Oder and the Warta River, is bordering the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Includesthe eastern part of the historical lands of Upper Silesia, polish part of Cieszyn Silesia and part of western Malopolska, in this also the Basin Dabrowski, Basin Krakowski, district of Żywiec, Czestochowa and a big part of the Jura Krakow-Czestochowa. The seat of the Voivodeships Government is the city of Katowice. Warszawa - Teatr Wielki Katowice
Katowice - Mary street at dusk - straight on is the neo-Gothic Church of St. Mary
Bishop's Palace in Katowice, in the background the dome of the cathedral
Nikiszowiec, city in the city, the most remarkable part of Katowice and probably one of the most amazing old industrial urban areas in Europe, was built by mining company Georg von Giesche'sErben as houses for miners employed in Nikisch Coal Mine.
Czerwionka – Leszczyny small industrial town in Upper Silesia
Błędowska Desert which today is a desert only by name, the SE part, which has still overgrown relatively sparse vegetation, the rest of the southern part is now overgrown with pine and caucasian willow.
Błędowska Desert this is largest area of volatile sands in Poland (about 33 km ²) situated on the border of the Silesian Upland and the Olkuska Upland
Częstochowa – Jasna Góra - spiritual capital of Poland
Jasna Góra - St. Mary's church and monastery of the Paulin
Beskid Śląski - a mountain range, part of the Western Beskid Mountains. This is a region that falls within the province of the Western Carpathians. The highest peaks of the Silesian Beskid are: Skrzyczne (1257 m) and BaraniaGóra (1220 m n.p.m.)