Krakow Piasek and Nowy Swiat Guide

Emeryk Hutten Czapski Museum Krakow
Piasek, known as Garbary until the 19th century, is west of the Old Quarter of Krakow. Frequent invasion and a lack of fortifications to prevent them hindered its development in the past. A number of settlements with independent jurisdictions existed between Garbary and Wawel. They...
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Tarnow Poland Guide

Tarnow Poland
Tarnow's (Tarnów) charming Galician atmosphere attracts tourists from all over the world who return again and again to re-experience this center of Polish culture. A unique mixture of Gothic and Renaissance buildings and battlements, as well as a Medieval street layout give the Tarnow Old...
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Krakow Poland 10 Places You Must See

Basilica of St Mary Krakow
The Wawel Cathedral in Krakow is Poland’s most important sanctuary. Starting with Władysław the Short, coronation of almost all Polish kings took place here. It's also the burial-place of many distinguished Poles. The first church, a pre-Romanesque rotunda, appeared on Wawel Hill after establishing the diocese in Krakow in 1000 AD....
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