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Zakrzowek Lake
 
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Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
Strangely, but this reservoir located not far from city centre has been created, when the limestone quarry operating here accidentally punctured the water table. Although officially prohibited , and frequent accidents occur quite often, the irresistible blue, bottomless water is extremely popular with locals for swimming and cliff diving...
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Ark of Our Lord Church
 
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31-831 ul. Obroncow Krzyza 1
Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
Built between 1967 and 1977, Nowa Huta's first place of worship was designed by Wojciech Pietrzyk and was constructed by volunteers. Remember that these days Poland was under pressure from communist regime, so, of course, no any help from authorities was provided. The opposite of what Nowa Huta...
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Temple Synagogue
 
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33-332 ul. Miodowa 24
Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
The Tempel Synagogue is located just in the middle of Krakow’s Kazimierz. This is one of the most exotic and ornate of all the synagogues – active or otherwise – in Krakow. This neo-Romanesque synagogue was designed by Ignacy Hercock and built nearly in 1862. The interiors are very...
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St. Martin's Church
 
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33-332 ul. Grodzka 58
Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
Originally built for the nuns of the Carmelite Order in the middle of the 17th century, Krakow's best-known Protestant church in fact began as an institution of catholics. However, in 1787, nuns were moved to some another monastery and the church (may not be deemed large enough) has been...
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St. Joseph
 
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33-332 ul. Zamojskiego 2
Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
Who presides over the heart of the historic district of Podgorze on the south side of the neighborhood from the main square, this unmissable neo-gothic juggernaut was built between 1905-09 on the design of Jan Sas-Zubrzycki. Dominated by a of 80 metres, the clock tower, the elaborate masonry of the...
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St. Giles
 
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33-332 ul. Grodzka 67
Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
This small church situated at the end of the ul. Grodzka, just in front of the Wawel Hill, may not be as exciting as some of Krakow's other places of worship, but it is worth mentioning for at least one reason: the English-language mass every Sunday at 10:30. And Saint-Gilles...
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St. Florian
 
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30-001 ul. Warszawska 1B
Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
Located in the upper part of the plac Matejki, Saint Florian may be a basilica, but it is also pretty dull (by Krakow standards, at least). Dating back to the 12th or 13th century and consecrated by the bishop of Cracow and historian Wincenty Kadlubek, the church would have been...
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St. Catherine
 
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33-332 ul. Augustianska 7 (entrance from ul. Skaleczna)
Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
Recognized as one of the most beautiful Gothic churches of Cracow. Most of his furniture were lost in the 19th century, although the Baroque high altar from 1634 survives. The cloister built in the time of Kazimierz the Great and decorated with wall paintings, Gothic and 17th century paintings is...
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St. Casimir
 
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33-332 ul. Reformacka 4
Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
This church was built between 1666 and 1672, and reflects the modest furnishings and the architecture of this strict order. Of a microclimate in the church vaults naturally mummifies the bodies in the crypt. If you want to see the mummified bodies, hair and all, you must ask for permission....
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St. Bernard
 
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33-332 ul. Bernardynska 2
Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
With most eyes and cameras pointing towards Wawel it's easy to miss the Saint-Bernard, a church and a monastery founded by St. John of Capistrano (1386-1456), a Franciscan priest who has made a name for himself, among other things, encourage anti-Jewish pogroms. Built in the second half of the 15th...
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St. Benedict
 
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Lasota Hill
Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
Take any of the black, intimidating trails off ul. Rekawka in the wooded limestone cliffs of Krzemionki to discover one of Krakow is the oldest, the smallest and most mysterious churches in the clearing next to the Fort Benedict. The date of the present structure was difficult to determine, but...
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St. Barbara
 
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33-332 Maly Rynek 8
Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
While holy Mary is traditionally served in Krakow rich German community in the middle ages, the more low-key st. Barbara's attracted the local Polish population. The highlight is a Gothic of the 15th century, the sculpture located just inside the entrance, and a neo-Gothic sculpture representing the garden of Gethsemane....
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State Rooms
 
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31-001 Wawel 5
Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
The main exhibition at the Wawel Castle is within the spectacular State Rooms include several rooms on the ground floor- which have preserved their magnificent Renaissance-era wooden ceilings and the apartments on the second floor (third floor according to our American friends). These are the rooms where members of the...
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Starmach Gallery
 
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33-332 ul. Wegierska 5
Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
One of the largest private galleries in PL, this famous exhibition space inside a former Jewish synagogue focuses on the best Polish post-war art Built between 1879-1881, this unique brick building that was once the Zucher Synagogue - one of four Jewish prayer houses in the Krakow Ghetto, the others...
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St. Anne
 
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33-332 ul. Sw. Anny 11
Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
A prime example of Baroque religious architecture in Poland, sainte-Anne is the collegiate church attached to the Jagiellonian University, as it has been since the beginning of the 15th century, the masses held here officially to open and close the university for the school year. The original, dating from the...
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