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Dąbrowa Górnicza, Poland
ArcelorMittal Business Center of Excellence Poland Sp. z o.o. Sp.k.
al. J. Piłsudskiego 92
41-308 Dąbrowa Górnicza
Tel. +48 32 777 2500
NIP 629-21-91-397, Regon 277529763, KRS: 0000484031
About the city
Dąbrowa Górnicza is a city in Zagłębie Dąbrowskie, southern Poland, near Katowice and Sosnowiec. It is located in the eastern part of the Silesian Voivodeship, on the Czarna Przemsza and Biała Przemsza rivers.
Dąbrowa Górnicza is one of the cities of the 2.7 million conurbation - Katowice urban area, and lies within a Greater Silesian metropolitan area populated by about 5.2 million people. The population of the city itself is 127,500 (Dec 2010). Historically, the city has always been connected to heavy industry – mining and metallurgy.
Despite its industrial heritage in Dąbrowa, there are many green areas. The total area of local lakes is over 800 hectares, there are 180 hectares of parks (0.96%) and 4,100 hectares of forests (21.7%). Particularly noteworthy is the complex of Pogoria (lakes). Also, the largest Polish desert, Błędów Desert, lies within city limits. Furthermore, part of the Eagles' Nests Landscape Park reaches the outskirts of the city. Among cultural institutions there are the Palace of Zagłębie Culture, City Museum Sztygarka, Ząbkowice House of Culture, Zagłębie Music Scene, Chamber Orchestra of Zagłębie, Film Center Helios.
Dąbrowa Górnicza attractions
City Museum "Sztygarka"
City Museum offers exhibitions on city history and its roots in heavy industry – mining and metallurgy. Visit the museum's website.
Recreation area for citizens, and not only, regardless the season. Bikers, skaters, runners, Nordic walking fans and sailors use this place to practice theirs hobbies. Visit Pogoria Lakes.
Natural attraction unique on a European scale. Visit Błędów Desert.
The Nemo – Water World Aquapark
A swimming pool complex to suit everyone’s needs. Visit the Nemo Water World Aquapark.
ArcelorMittal Business Center of Excellence Romania S.R.L
Calea Smardan nr. 1, CP 800698
Tel. +40 236 80 12 70
About the city
Galati is the capital city of Galati County, in the historical region of Moldavia, eastern Romania. Galati is the largest port town on the Danube River. In 2011, the Romanian census recorded 249,432 residents, making it the 8th most populous city in Romania. Galati is a major economic centre based around the Port of Galati, naval shipyard Damen, the ArcelorMittal Galati steel plant and mineral exports.
Galati lies in the southern part of the Moldova plateau on the left (east) bank of the Danube river at the junction of the Siret River (west) and the Prut River (east), near Lake Brates. It is 80 kilometers (50 mi) from the Black Sea. Apart than parks, museums, Observer, the most attractive part of the city is the Danube river and its walk side known as “Faleza Dunarii”.
Galati has the largest iron and steel plant in Romania, the ArcelorMittal Galati, which was state-owned until 2001. It is still commonly referred to as "Sidex", its old name. Romania's largest shipyard -Damen is located in Galati. It benefits from easy access to the Black Sea and from its co-location with the ArcelorMittal Galati Plant.
The Danube’s water front
The waterfront is a green recreational area for walking, sports competitions and recitals. Boats moored on the shores of the Danube are converted into restaurants.
The Restaurant of the Television Tower
Is located at the highest altitude in Romania and has an international quotation. Only Berlin and Toronto are located in greater heights premises. And that is something unique for our country.
The Botanical Garden
It is built on an area of 2 square km. It owns collections of plants from tropical and subtropical areas (cactuses, euphorbia, palm trees, croton, geranium, begonias etc.) and the rosarium which includes over 200 varieties of roses.
Visual Art Museum Galati
Visual Art Museum in Galati is the first Romanian contemporary art museum in the country, opened in 1967 and designed to present the latest trends of plastic budding destination and it still preserves. Visit the museum’s website.