The brine graduation towers in Kończyce and Maciejów are already functioning! The second season is open

It’s spring! This is the perfect time to take advantage of the benefits of nature and take care of your health. After the autumn-winter break you can again enjoy the beneficial effects of „seaside” inhalation without leaving the city. We invite you to visit the brine graduation towers in Zabrze – in Kończyce and Maciejów, which have already resumed operation. These are places where you can meet, relax, but also take care of your health by inhaling the healing brine.

Brine graduation towers were built last year in two districts of Zabrze. In Kończyce it was built on the premises of the District Cultural Centre at Dorotki St., and in Maciejów – in the area of Orlik pitch at Kondratowicza St. The facilities are open to all interested people during the season.

The wooden structure with blackthorn branches with brine flowing down is also a response to the needs of a society that takes its health more and more seriously. The iodine contained in the breeze helps, among others, in: proper functioning of the thyroid gland. Inhalations used in healthy people increase the body’s immunity.

It is worth recalling that the construction of both facilities was financed in 85% by the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014-2021 – the „City as Space for Development” project.

And soon you will be able to use more brine graduation towers in our city – this time in the Guido and Zaborze districts. These are the projects that won last year’s edition of the Zabrze Citizens’ Budget. The area for the construction of a graduation tower has already been completed in Zaborze – in the park near the Detention Centre. The designing of a graduation tower is also underway, and it will be built in the school yard of the Maria Montessori Special Primary School No. 39. In the Guido district the project includes a relaxation zone with a mini garden graduation tower, benches, a green path among flowers and decorative bushes, and a wooden classroom.

Both facilities should be completed by the end of this year.