The main Post Office in Chorzów. (Gothic Revival style is very popular in Chorzów -- the end of 19th century, and beginning of 20th century was a time of rapid expansion of the cities and towns of the region, so there are many buildings in this style.)
Chorzów is almost 500 km from the nearest sea, but we have an anchor. The anchor is the relict of the real ship used in Gdańsk Bay. Now the anchor is situated in the Silesian Culture and Recreation Park, near the pond, where very small ship are still used for tourists (but not in winter).
This Christmas crib is still without Jesus (as still not-born), and was prepared by local authorities (I hope, Christmas crib in my parish church will be much more interesting). The crib mix local traditional clothes (and furniture) with modern metal-work (maybe because ironworks was very important industry in Chorzów?).
Chorzów[ˈxɔʐuf] is a city in Silesia (coordinates: 50°18′N 18°57′E), southern Poland with around 114,680 (2006) inhabitants and an area of 33.5 km². Chorzów is situated on the Rawa river on the Silesian Highland in the heart of the Upper Silesian Industrial Area, 7 km north-west of Katowice. Chorzów is in the middle of Upper Silesian Metropolitan Union, the largest legally-recognized urban entity in Poland with a population of 2.2 mln. The population of the urban area in the conurbation around Chorzów is about 3.5 million. (From Wikipedia.)