Silesian Theatre

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Silesian Theatre
Silesian Theatre at night
Silesian Theatre before Second World War

Silesian Theatre (Polish: Teatr Śląski) dedicated to Stanisław Wyspiański is the largest theatre in Silesia. It is located on the market square in Katowice.

It was built as "German Theatre" in the years 1905-1907, from plans by German theatre architect Carl Moritz. Its Golden Age was in the late-1940s and the 1950s.

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Coordinates: 50°15′34″N 19°01′21″E / 50.25944°N 19.02250°E / 50.25944; 19.02250