OFF is a festival which is famous for inviting a wide range of artists from around the world, inviting almost anonymous artists in Poland and showing them on the biggest stages. They mix genres, change epochs and sounds abruptly, break patterns and set trends.
Dolina Trzech Stawów - a park and a recreation and sports complex, located in Katowice, in the auxiliary unit of the Ignacy Paderewski − Muchowiec estate.
The Three Ponds Valley has an area of 86 ha, including 9 ha of water surface. It is an area located in the vicinity of urbanized areas, quite intensively used for recreation. It is a feeding site for many bird species. The name comes from three reservoirs that are distinguished by their size.
The Katowice-Muchowiec airport, the main user of which is the Silesian Aero Club, is adjacent to the valley. There is a car park in the park, numerous bicycle paths, a marina with beach volleyball courts and a city bike station.
Katowice is an industrial city situated in the Silesian Region of southern Poland, and the central city of the Upper Silesian metropolitan area.
Katowice is a center of commerce, business, transportation, and culture in southern Poland, with numerous public companies headquartered in the city or in its suburbs, important cultural institutions such as Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, award-winning music festivals such as Off Festival and Tauron New Music, and transportation infrastructure such as Katowice Airport. In 2015, Katowice joined the UNESCO Creative Cities Network and was named a UNESCO City of Music.
Katowice Airport is an international airport, located in Pyrzowice, 30 km north of Katowice, Poland. The airport has the 4th-biggest annualy passenger flow in Poland. Katowice Airport is the biggest Polish airport in terms of leisure traffic. It is also the second biggest airport in the country in terms of cargo traffic. It operates a variety of charter, regular and cargo flights.
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