St Elisabeth Church (Evanvelical-Augsburg Church) from the years 1840-1844 (in Gothic Revival style). Small church (with graveyard), unfortunately the Lutherans are not a big group in Chorzów*, and the church is not trim...
*) In the 19th Century the group was important and rich, because many Lutherans from Lower Silesia come here: engineers, doctors, etc. (It was a time of rapid growth of Upper Silesia.) But there were mainly Germans, so when Chorzów become a part of Poland (first in 1922, next in 1945, when many Germans were exiled), the Lutherans become less important and influential.
Photos from Pszczyna are here.
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