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Bielsko-Biała
The Church of Divine Providence is one of the most beautiful examples of the late and Neobaroque architecture in southern Poland. It was built in the second half of the 18th century, yet many elements were added during the 19th century rebuilding works. Attention shall be paid to the elegant façade with two towers. Inside the church a beautiful Rococo pulpit in the shape of a boat and the interior mainly from the 19th century have been preserved.
Bielsko-Biała
The Hotel „Under the Eagle”, located in the historic centre of Biała Krakowska, is a four-storey building erected at the beginning of the 20th century. Its architecture is a combination of Secession, Baroque and Classicism. Nowadays, since the 1990s it has been an office building and a shopping centre. Undoubtedly, the most magnificent part of the hotel is the splendid Redoute Hall – one of the most elegant of this kind in Poland.
Bielsko-Biała
Today's Liberty Square (Plac Wolności) in Bielsko-Biala is one of the two town markets of Biała Krakowska. It has an approximately rectangular shape measuring 75 by 40 m. The square was laid out in the late eighteenth century. 11 Listopada Street runs along its southern frontage. It is the main promenade and shopping street in Bielsko-Biala. The paved square is partly a pedestrian zone, and partly a pay car park and a taxi rank.
Bielsko-Biała
One of the graveyards located within today’s Bielsko-Biala is an old Roman Catholic cemetery, which dates back to the time of the Confederation of Bar. Initially, participants of the Confederation were buried here. (The town was an important centre of the Confederation), and later, during the occupation of the town by the Austrians, the cemetery became a necropolis of Biała. The cemetery was officially established, when the churchyard was closed.
Bielsko-Biała
In the eighteenth century, Biała lay on the south-western edge of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. As a recently established town, it attracted entrepreneurial evangelicals who in neighbouring Cieszyn Silesia did not possess the freedom of professing their faith as well as of erecting their own churches. After the partition act of 1772 and the 1781 Patent of Toleration evangelicals were allowed to build a church, and they quickly seized that opportunity. In 1792-1798, an elegant Classicist building was erected, which is still the pride of Bielsko-Biala.
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