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Monument to Elvis Presley in Krakow
Elvis Presley Monument is the one of Kraków's least known, hardest to find and most bizarre monuments. A large standing stone with Elvis' face set in...
 
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Crown Treasury & Armoury / Skarbiec Koronny i Zbrojownia
Krakow's Crown Treasury & Armoury provides a delightful journey into the world of the luxurious, eccentric and ruthlessly violent. It containing Poland’s very own equivalent of the Crown Jewels...
 
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Centre for the Documentation of the Art of Tadeusz Kantor Cricoteka
Located on the place where former Podgórze power station was located, the building of Cricoteka literally hovering above the existing buildings with a bizarre facade of rusted metal and...
 
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Lakomka Cafe in Minsk, Belarus
Lakomka is one of the oldest confectionaries and a landmark of Minsk. The store first opened its doors in 1952. After the renovation in 2016, a...
 
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Krakow's City Defensive Walls
Officially, Krakow's City Defensive Walls - it is a small, seasonal museum. It's open only in summer season (April - October). You can't be sure that imformance of this...
 
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Mogila Abbey / Cistercian Monastery
Mogila Abbey is a Cistercian monastery in the Nowa Huta District of Krakow. It was founded in 1222 by Bishop Iwo Odrowąż. This complex was built for religious reasons...
 
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Church of St. Stanislaw Kostka
Church of St. Stanislaw Kostka is one of Krakow's youngest churches was built in the 1930s. After the war, it's parish was the largest in Krakow (13.000). Its position...
 
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Church of Saints Peter & Paul
The Church of Sts. Peter and Paul (Kosciól swietego Piotra i Pawla) in Krakow is a Baroque Jesuit church known best for the statues of the 12 disciples lining...
 
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Palace of the Bishop Erazm Ciolek
The Palace was built in 1501-1503 for Erazm Ciolek - the Bishop of Plock and the secretary of King Alexander Jagiellon. Bishop Ciolek was a diplomat, humanist and a...
 
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Collegium Novum of the Jagiellonian University
Collegium Novum (latin: New College) is the main building of Jagiellonian University. It was built in 1873-1887 in neo-gothic style by Feliks Ksiezarski - in same style of Collegium...
 
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