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- Main Market Square (Rynek Glówny) This square is enormous. In fact, it’s the largest medieval market square in Europe. The Main Market Square was built in the 13th century after the city was demolished by the Tatars.
- The Cloth Hall. The Cloth Hall is the centerpiece of the Main Market Square. During medieval times, this was a bustling market in the center of Krakow. It still is bustling and busy today, but now it’s filled with tourists searching for the perfect souvenir.
- St. Mary’s Basilica (Kosciol Mariacki) The Cloth Hall may be the centerpiece of the Main Market Square, but St. Mary’s Basilica is the the highlight of a visit here.
- Town Hall Tower. For another bird’s eye view of the Main Market Square, climb to the top of the Town Hall Tower. During inclement weather, you are permitted to climb the tower but you are not allowed to step out onto the terrace.
4 days ago · Kraków is in the Lesser Poland province, which currently has the third highest infection rate in the country. The Polish government started to introduce local restrictions on certain areas from August 8. These rules are updated daily, based on where new cases are highest.
- Wawel Castle and the Old Town. Walking distance: 1.6 km (1 mile) How to Use This Map: Click the tab in the top left hand corner of the map to view the layers (points of interest, restaurants, and the walking route).
- Jewish Quarter and Kazimierz. Today we journey just a short distance away from the Old Town to the Jewish Quarter and Kazimierz. Walking distance: 1.6 km (1 mile)
- Day Trip to Auschwitz-Birkenau. Auschwitz-Birkenau, also simply called Auschwitz concentration camp, is the largest of the Nazi concentration and death camps.
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3 days ago · List of prices in Kraków (Poland) for food, housing, transportation, going out, and more on Feb 2021. Compare the Cost of Living in Kraków with any other city in the world.
4 days ago · As part of the re-founding of the Kraków university, starting in 1400, the Academy began to buy outbuildings in the Old Town. Some Jews moved to the area around modern Plac Szczepański. The oldest synagogue building standing in Poland was built in Kazimierz at around that time, either in 1407 or 1492 (the date varies with several sources).
3 days ago · Between 1038 and 1039 Duke Casimir I the Restorer returned to Poland and it's believed that Kraków first became a royal residence and the capital of Poland at this time. At the end of the 11th century, construction work began on a replacement cathedral, today called "Hermanowska" as it's likely that Władysław I Herman was its patron.
Feb 19, 2021 · The Kraków Philharmonic (Polish: Filharmonia Krakowska), is the primary concert hall in Kraków, Poland.It is one of the largest auditoriums in the city. It consists of the main hall for orchestral performances with 693 seats, and two smaller venues, the Golden Hall and the Blue Hall, for chamber music concerts.
6 days ago · The Church of Saints Peter and Paul (Polish: Kościół ŚŚ Piotra i Pawła) is a Roman Catholic Polish Baroque church located at 54 Grodzka Street in the Old Town district of Kraków, Poland. It was built between 1597–1619 by Giovanni Maria Bernardoni who perfected the original design of Józef Britius.
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