Art Galleries in Krakow, Poland




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19th Century Polish Art Gallery
 
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30-001 Cloth Hall, Rynek Glowny 3
Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
The Cloth Hall (Sukiennice) is a huge market hall (first in the world, btw) was built in the 13th century in the middle of Main Market Square (Rynek Główny). It was, enlarged in the 14th century in the Gothic style and remodelled again and one more time in the...
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Starmach Gallery / Zucher Synagogue
 
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33-332 ul. Wegierska 5
Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
Former Zucher Synagogue built between 1879-1881. This unique brick building was one of four former prayer houses within the area of the ghetto. Religious practise outlawed by the Germans during the war. So, the synagogue was converted into a warehouse and then a factory. When 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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International Cultural Centre
 
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33-332 Rynek Glowny 25
Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
Temporary art exhibitions spotlighting foreign visionaries, cities or cultures typically fill this major gallery on the market square. English-language guided tours of the exhibition (included in the admission price) are available every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month at 16:00 (12:00 in Polish). See our What's On section for...
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Palace of the Arts
 
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31-011 Pl. Szczepanski 4
Krakow
Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Poland
This magnificent Art Nouveau-style building on Plac Szczepanski is the headquarters of the society of Friends of Fine Arts Society - the oldest organization of this kind in Central Europe, dating from 1854. Built in 1901, its headquarters was Krakow's first Art Nouveau building, but the facade also presents elements...
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