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  • 26. Franciscan Church

    The stained glass windows you can admire in the Franciscan church presbytery were designed by one of the most renowned Polish artist of early XX century, Stanislaw Wyspianski and executed in the...

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  • 27. Rynek Glowny

    In this square is always something to do. There are street performers, stalls, cafes and restaurants. A very cozy square to view or without specific purpose just enjoy and relax in one of the cafe or...

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  • 28. Birkenau

    On my two visits to Auschwitz and Birkenau I made the choice of an individual visit. For me it was essential to be alone with my thoughts during my visit because as a child I "saw" WWII with the...

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  • 29. Ethnographical Museum

    As I was a newcomer in Poland it seemed to me that a visit to the Ethnographical museum might be a useful thing to do during my visit of Kazimierz. The museum is not much visited what is regrettable...

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  • 30. Podgorze

    This district is a bit further than Kazimierz and was the locale of the Krakow Ghetto. Here, you can see a part of the wall built and also 2 museums, the more notable is the former Schindler's...

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  • 31. Grodzka Street

    This street goes from Town Hall to Wawel castle. It is full of nice buildings, a few churches, pubs, bars, coffess. Here you can find small and nice food shop "Kiefyrek" and milk bar "Bar mlieczny".

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  • 32. Church of St. Anne

    The first Church of St. Anne was built on this site in the 14th century. The one we can see now is the third, being built 1689 - 1705. It is regarded as one of Poland's most beautiful Baroque...

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  • 33. St. Barbara's Church

    It started here with a graveyard chapel in the 14th c. and progressively enlarged to a church. In 1583 the church was taken over by the Jesuits who wanted to have their own house in a town that had...

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  • 34. Zoo

    I have been to the Krakow Zoo which is located in the middle of the Wolski Forest twice before. The zoo first opened its doors in 1929 and now covers an area of 15 hectares. Unusually the first...

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  • 35. Skalka Church

    The nicest way to discover the Kazimierz district is by following the promenade along the Vistula so as to discover the beautiful riverside sanctuary called Skalka = small roc (photo 1) . In 1079 the...

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  • 36. Kosciuszko Mound

    Kopiec Kosciuszki (the Kosciuszko Mound, built by the citizens to honour him) is placed on a hill giving a great view on Krakow. The entrance fee is 2,5zl (0,5€) and the way up to the hill and from it...

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  • 37. Galicia Jewish Museum

    Galicia Jewish Museum is absolute must-see Museum in Krakow. If you can imagine history in combination with great photos - you must visit this Museum. Photos split in interesting contexts, very moving...

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  • 38. St. Florian's Church

    St. Florian's Church was originally built in 1184 as a mausoleum for the relics of St Florian, a 3rd century Roman soldier and martyr. The present look of the church is the result of a Baroque...

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  • 39. Museum of Pharmacy

    This is a really good Museum of Pharmacy with lots of old equipment and instruments used to produce pills and decocts in the past. You can also see the first kerosene lamp, invented by Ignacy...

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  • 40. Church of St. Bernard's

    At the feet of the Wawel castle on the southern side stands St. Bernard's church. Last year I could not make a detailed visit of the splendid church interior because a mass was going on and there are...

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  • 41. Church of the Holy Cross

    The first parish Church of the Holy Cross was erected in 1200. It was probably wooden. The present-day church was constructed in the 14th century, the stone chancel being built in the early part of...

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  • 42. Wyspianski Museum

    This monument to the great Polish playwright and artist Stanislaw Wyspianski shows him surrounded by characters from two of his plays. Apparently there was a lot of criticism of the monument when it...

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  • 43. Dominikariski Square

    Running up Grodka Street where is St Andrew's church you'll arrive to this rectangular square with 2 churches in each end ..Besides there is a post office just as you are looking the pic, in the other...

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  • 44. Florian Gate

    The Florian is opposite to the Barbican one of the most beautiful Gothic towers in Krakow. This was built in the 14th century by Prince Leszek Czarny. The tower was part of the fortification system of...

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