Katowice is a city located east of Krakow, in the region of Silesia, in southern Poland. The main city cathedral of Christ the King with huge domes was erected in the period from 1927 to 1955. In the nearby Archdiocese museum are exhibits related to the religious life of the region. On the territory of the former coal mine is a state-of-the-art Silesian museum with glass structures. Here you can get acquainted with the works of Polish art and learn a lot about the history of Upper Silesia. The population of the city is 306 000 people.