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Krakow is an ancient city located in the South of Poland, on the banks of the Vistula river. In XI-XVI centuries Krakow was the national capital, the residence of monarchs, the place of coronation and burial of Polish kings. Thanks to its 1,000-year history, many still consider it the heart of Poland.
This unique city, created by generations of masters and artists of the middle ages, Renaissance, Baroque and modern (secession), happily escaped military destruction, always admires and attracts millions of tourists ensembles of ancient streets, fortifications, original monuments of architecture and art, a variety of cultural events and… the magical atmosphere of cafes, cafes, restaurants, pubs, cellars and jazz clubs.
In the old city, there are several hundred of the most valuable architectural monuments. Krakow Old town in 1978 was included in the UNESCO list of the most valuable monuments of world cultural heritage.
Towering over the city on the left bank of the Vistula, Wawel hill is the heart of Poland. Renaissance Royal castle on Wawel, which houses the richest collections of works of art and a large collection of tapestries, as well as Wawel Cathedral, where the coronation ceremony and the burial of Polish kings, prominent statesmen, artists, and artists – a Treasury of Polish culture.
Close to the Wawel castle is located on a residential quarter of Kazimierz. In the past, it was the largest concentration of the Jewish population in Europe. At present, it hosts concerts, exhibitions and a festival of Jewish culture. It is an area of artists and original cafes.
In the center of Krakow’s Old town formed a kind of salon-the Main Market. You heard the speech in different languages and… Cracow “Ganal” performed by trumpeter every hour on the tower of the Church of the Holy Virgin Mary. Ganal ends suddenly in half of the bar. This is in memory of a historical event – the siege of Krakow by Tatar troops when an Archer’s arrow pierced the trumpeter, who warned the city about the danger. The Gothic Church of St. Mary the virgin, externally strict in form hides the interior is a masterpiece of Gothic art – the altar of Veit Stoss.
In the center of the Market is the building of the oldest shopping malls in Poland – “sukennice”, where you can now buy a variety of Krakow Souvenirs, Handicrafts, and works of art, and on the second floor to visit the national gallery of art of the XIX century.
The huge market square often hosts festivals, mass spectacles, festivals, and concerts. On new year’s eve, thousands of people have fun on the square under the starry sky. Around the Market are located open until the morning numerous restaurants, bars, and cafes – almost each of them has its own style. There are theatres, art galleries, and cabarets, and jazz bands play in the cellars. On the eve of the Christmas holidays, the Market hosts a competition and exhibition of “Cracow manger” – artful and colorful, dating back to the time of St. Francis.
Not far from the Market is located, founded in 1364, Jagiellonian University with the oldest building “Collegium Maius”. The old town and the University are surrounded by green “Plants” – the city Park-Boulevard, laid on the site of the former fortress walls, there is a gallery of monuments and garden sculptures. Significant parts of the medieval city walls, towers and a unique redoubt “Barbican” have been preserved.
The emblem of Krakow is dachshunds and peacocks. Therefore, everywhere you can find wooden, plush, glass, bronze, painted dachshunds. More tax alive.
The reason for the pride of the people of Krakow is the fact that John Paul II came from here, from Krakow. Postcards and posters with the image of the Pope, discs, and cassettes with a video recording of the Pope’s visit to his hometown are sold on every corner.
Every year Krakow hosts a variety of festivals: Beethoven’s music, short films, street theaters and “Music in old Krakow”. All these events are of international importance and have a distinctive Krakow style. What is the “Cracow style”? The best place to learn about it is in the “Michalik’s Pit” – a cafe in the Art Nouveau style, where there is a Parisian atmosphere, Viennese breakfasts, and conversations typical of Krakow: about art, poetry, women…