Municipal Sports and Recreation Centre (MOSiR)
al. Korfantego 35, 40-005 (0 32) 2538-733
Inter - school Sports Centre ul. Paderewskiego 46 a,
40-282 (0 32) 2531-070 email@example.com
The 'Słowian' Sports Centre ul. 1-go maja
99, 40-235 0 608-098-641 www.mosir.internetdsl.pl firstname.lastname@example.org
The 'Jantor Ice Rink ul. Zofii Nałkowskiej
10, 40-951 (0 32) 2557-430 www.mosir.internetdsl.pl
Ice Rink in 'Spodek' al. Korfantego 35,
40-951 (0 32) 2583-261 do 9 www.spodek.com.pl email@example.com
Sports Hall MOSiR Józefowska u il.
Józefowska 40, 40-144 (0 32) 2585-504 www.mosir.internetdsl.pl firstname.lastname@example.org
J. JędrzejowskaTennis Courts ul. Astrów 12,
40-035 (0 32) 8012-212 www.sport.katowice.pl email@example.com
AWF Arena ul. Kościuszki 84, 40-065 (0
32) 2075-370 www.awf.katowice.pl firstname.lastname@example.org
MOSiR Zadole ul. Wczasowa 8, 40-694 (0
32) 2521-289 www.mosir.internetdsl.pl
Sopelek Ski lift ul. Sołtysia 49, 40-750
(0 32) 2094-570 www.sopelek.pl email@example.com
Sports Club 'KS Naprzód Janów' ul. Zofii
Nałkowskiej 10, 40-951 (0 32) 2554-730 www.naprzod-janow.pl firstname.lastname@example.org
Bowling Alley 'Hokus Pokus' (Point 44) ul.
Gliwicka 44, 40-853 (032) 3595-981 www.hpokus.pl email@example.com
Bowling Alley Twister Sc ul. Zawiszy
Czarnego 16, 40-872 (0 32) 3515-200 firstname.lastname@example.org
Derrata Swimming Pool ul. Boya-Żeleńskiego
100, 40-750 (0 32) 2020-100 wew. 5537 www.derrata.com.pl email@example.com
Bugla Lido ul. Żeliwna 26c, 40-001 (0
Rolna Lido ul. Nasypowa 65, 40-551 (0
32) 2031-490 www.mosir.internetdsl.pl
Zadole Lido ul. Wczasowa 8, 40-694 (0
32) 2521-289 www.mosir.internetdsl.pl
Sports Club 'GKS Katowice' ul. Bukowa 1,
40-108 (0 32) 2548-914 www.gks.katowice.pl firstname.lastname@example.org
Riding Club in Katowice ul. Francuska 108a,
40-271 (0 32) 2513-484
Sports Club 'Kolejarz 24' ul. Alfreda 1,
40-152 (0 32) 2043-518 www.kskolejarz.katowice.pl
Sports Club 'KS Rozwój KWK Wujek' ul. Zgody
28, 40-573 (0 32) 2524-342 email@example.com
Sports Club 'MK Górnik' ul. Bielska 1a,
40-749 (0 32) 2556-116 www.mkgornikkatowice.pl firstname.lastname@example.org
The Symbols of Katowice City
The most important symbols of Katowice City are: its coat of arms, flag and anthem. There is also a logo used for promotional purposes.
The Coat of Arms
The Katowice's coat of arms was established in 1936 (the Katowice City Council resolution of 17 December 1936). Its upper part on the golden background depicts a black water-powered hammer with a die, a cogwheel and a brown girder. The appearance of the hammer forge device refers to equipment of the former Bogucka smithy.
The lower part of the coat of arms is blue and symbolises the Rawa River that flows through Katowice. The coat of arms in this shape may be found, inter alia, in the oldest document of 26 March 1816 concerning the village of Katowice.
On 29 May 1937 the design of the Katowice's coat of arms was officially approved by the Polish Minister of the Interior.
The municipal flag of Katowice City is a banner of two equally sized horizontal bands of yellow and blue colours referring to the traditional colours of Upper Silesia. It also has the municipal coat of arms in the middle. The origin of the Upper Silesian colours goes back to the Middle Ages and the Silesian Piasts who were one of four lines of the Polish Piast dynasty. The yellow and blue bicolour has been officially used since 1937, when it was approved by the City Council resolution of 26 November 1937.
The anthem is the latest symbol of the city. It was composed by Adam Biernacki, who became the winner of a special contest for the Katowice City anthem organised in March 2002. The anthem is played every day from the "townhall tower" of the building at the corner of Młyńska and Pocztowa Streets.
Rules for use of the city badges are regulated by the Katowice City Council resolution no. XXXII/636/04 of 25 October 2004.
The logo consists of two parts. Its black base depicts the cultural and industrial heritage of Katowice, while the upper layer represents the current potential of the city, built on the Silesian traditions. The multicolour visualisation reflects the following characteristics of the city: its metropolitan character (blue), an alternative (magenta), heritage & multiculturalism (red), transformation (yellow), activity (purple), eco-responsibility (green), business (gold), energy (graphite grey). The logo is closely associated with the slogan "KATOWICE for a change".
Using the logo ought to be consulted with the Promotion Department of the Katowice City Hall. It should be used in compliance with the visual identification of the sign.
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