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The headquarters of Schattdecor Poland is located in Tarnowo Podgórne, where over 140 employees help make the company a success. Tarnowo Podgórne is situated approximately 20 kilometers (just over 12 miles) west of Poznań, directly on the expressway between Świecko and Berlin. The location has become an industrial area but still offers plenty of fun things to do in your free time. There are wonderful lakes very close to the town, where you can sail, swim, and surf. Convenient transportion connections mean that Poznań is within quick reach. This capital of the Greater Poland region is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Poland. It has a population of around 500,000 and hosts a great number of visitors from Poland and abroad as they visit the Old Town and the many noteworthy landmarks in the downtown area. Poznań is one of the few Polish cities that features historical buildings from all cultural eras, including the Gothic cathedral and Renaissance town hall. Its Old Market Square is very popular in the summer thanks to the historic charm and the many street cafés it offers. A number of cultural events take place here over the summer months. The city has a number of parks, sport centers – and let’s not forget Lake Malta! Poznań is also a shopping hub for western Poland. Located under the Old Brewery, a modern shopping center not only offers a wide range of stores but also stands out as an architectural work of art.
Schattdecor’s second Polish plant is located in Głuchołazy in southern Poland, with around 220 employees. Głuchołazy is situated 21 kilometers (about 13 miles) south of Nysa, which is the administrative seat of Nysa County, and 65 km (40 miles) south of Opole, the administrative seat and capital of Opole Voivodeship. Głuchołazy lies directly on Poland’s border with the Czech Republic. The charm and romanticism of this historical spa town are reflected in the red brick buildings and rough stone facades that shape its cityscape. If you want peace and quiet in a natural environment, you will feel right at home in Głuchołazy. The town is located directly next to a large conservation area primarily known for its forests and abundance of mushrooms. The nearby Kopa mountain is an inviting area for cycling and hiking, and with the Czech Republic so close, hikers and winter sport enthusiasts alike delight in the surrounding area, which is known for its hot springs and spa towns. If you want some excitement, the university town of Nysa is not far. Nysa is one of the most beautiful towns in Silesia. Over several centuries it was the capital of the Bishopric of Wrocław and represented one of the most important cultural and business hubs in Europe. Today visitors are captivated by its unique vibe and the variety and number of monuments it offers, such as the cathedral, the Baroque Triton Fountain, the fortress, and a lot of other landmarks. Nyskie Lake offers the chance to fish, sail, and take part in other water sports.