Bielsko-Biała, The Hotel "Pod Orłem"
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Bielsko-Biała, The Hotel "Pod Orłem"

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The building was built in the place of the road house at the Imperial Route as a Hotel "Pod Czarnym Orłem". The impressive building is built in neobaroque style. Nowadays there are offices rented by many companies and on the ground floor there is a trading passage. Beautifully renovated building looks impressive both outside and inside. The inner decoration is in secession style. The hotel used to be the most representative place to host the quests.

http://spacer.bielsko.pl

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