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      • Kraków (Polish: Kraków; (pronounced: ['krakuf]); variant English spelling Cracow; in full Royal Capital City of Krakow, Polish: Królewskie Stołeczne Miasto Kraków) is one of the oldest and largest cities in Poland. In 2014 in Kraków lived 759,800 people. It is on the Vistula river.
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  2. Kraków - Wikipedia

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    Kraków was the official capital of Poland until 1596 and has traditionally been one of the leading centres of Polish academic, economic, cultural and artistic life. Cited as one of Europe's most beautiful cities, its Old Town was declared the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in the world.

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  3. Kraków John Paul II International Airport - Wikipedia

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    Kraków John Paul II International Airport (Polish: Kraków Airport im. Jana Pawła II since 4 September 2007; earlier in Polish: Międzynarodowy Port Lotniczy im. Jana Pawła II Kraków–Balice) (IATA: KRK, ICAO: EPKK) is an international airport located near Kraków, in the village of Balice, 11 km (6.8 mi) west of the city centre, in southern Poland.

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  4. Kraków Ghetto - Wikipedia

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    Before the German-Soviet invasion of 1939, Kraków (Cracow) was an influential centre for the 60,000–80,000 Polish Jews who had lived there since the 13th century. Persecution of the Jewish population of Kraków began immediately after the German troops entered the city on 6 September 1939 in the course of the German aggression of Poland.

  5. Kraków-Płaszów concentration camp - Wikipedia

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    Płaszów (Polish pronunciation: [ˈpwaʂuf]) or Kraków-Płaszów was a Nazi concentration camp operated by the SS in Płaszów, a southern suburb of Kraków, in the General Governorate of German-occupied Poland. Most of the prisoners were Polish Jews who were targeted for destruction by Nazi Germany during the Holocaust.

  6. Kraków – Wikipedia

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    Kraków (i tyskspråkig liksom i äldre svenskspråkig litteratur vanligen benämnd Krakau) är en stad i Lillpolens vojvodskap i regionen Galizien (polska: Galicja) i södra Polen, ca 300 km söder om huvudstaden Warszawa.

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  7. Kraków - Wikipedia

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    Situatit on the Vistula River (Pols: Wisła) in the Lesser Poland region, the ceety dates back tae the 7t century. Kraków haes traditionally been ane o the leadin centres o Pols academic, cultural an airtistic life an is one o Poland's maist important economic centres.

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  8. Trams in Kraków - Wikipedia

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    In 1918, Poland gained independence from Germany, Austria and Russia. Kraków became one of the major cities of the newly formed country. One of the remnants from the Austrian regime was left-hand traffic. In the tram network, it was eventually abandoned in 1925.

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  9. National Museum, Kraków - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The National Museum in Kraków (Polish: Muzeum Narodowe w Krakowie), popularly abbreviated as MNK, established in 1879, is the main branch of Poland 's National Museum, which has several independent branches with permanent collections around the country.

  10. Krakow is the capital of Lesser Poland Voivodeship (województwo małopolskie); before that it was the capital of Kraków Voivodship (since 14th century). During the mid-early 19th century, Krakow became an independent city-state, under the name of "The Free, Independent and Strictly Neutral City of Krakow".

  11. Kraków – Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia

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    Kraków (łac. Cracovia, niem. Krakau, jid. ‏קראָקע Kroke‎) – miasto na prawach powiatu położone w południowej Polsce nad Wisłą, drugie co do liczby mieszkańców i powierzchni miasto kraju, formalna stolica Polski do 1795 r. i miasto koronacyjne oraz nekropolia królów Polski, od 1000 r. nieprzerwanie stolica diecezji krakowskiej (jednej z pięciu w ówczesnej Polsce), a od ...