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Krakow (in Polish, Kraków [ˈkrakuf]) is the capital of the Lesser Poland Voivodeship (Województwo małopolskie) and one of the largest, oldest and most important cities in Poland. Located on the banks of the Vistula River, it has a population of 766,000 inhabitants (3 million in its metropolitan area), which makes it the second most populous city in Poland.
Krakow has traditionally been one of the economic, scientific, cultural and artistic centers of the country. For much of Polish history it was the capital. Therefore, it is still the heart of Poland for many citizens. Currently, Krakow is a very important center of local and international tourism, with more than eight million tourists a year. The historic center of Krakow was declared, together with the historic center of Quito, as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1978. It was also the European Capital of Culture in 2000.
Krakow was the headquarters of the World Volleyball Championship in 2014 and the European Handball Championship of 2016. The city has also been chosen as the European Sports City in 2014 and as the venue for the World Day of Youth of the year 2016.

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Krakow Historic Center

The historic center of Krakow, declared a World Heritage Site in 1978, is divided into three distinct areas: Wawel Hill, the medieval city of Krakow and the medieval core of Kazimierz.
In the center is the Rynek Główny, or main square or market square (since it has a rectangular market in the middle), large for its construction date and numerous churches such as the Basilica of Mary Most Holy ( Kościoł Mariacki) (with two uneven towers), the church of St. Wojciech and other national treasures such as the Sukiennice complex (which houses a fabric and size market, various other shops and restaurants, but also the National Museum of Cracow). There is also the barbican - a defense tower that was part of a network of fortifications that surrounded the city - and Wawel Castle. The town hall is circular.

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Czartoryski Museum

The Czartoryski Museum is a Polish museum, founded in Krakow in 1796 by Princess Izabela Czartoryska to preserve Polish heritage according to the princess's motto: "The past for the future." The main treasure of the institution is the painting Lady of the Ermine by Leonardo da Vinci.
After multiple adventures during World War II and the subsequent communist regime, in 1991 the ownership of the museum returned to the Czartoryski family, which kept it open to the public under the management of a foundation, until in December 2016 Prince Adam Karol Czartoryski signed an agreement to sell the whole to the Polish government for about one hundred million euros .
Until its recent sale, the museum received more than 12,000 visitors a year, being one of the best private museums in all of Europe and one of the tourist attractions of Krakow.
The museum has been closed since 2010 for remodeling and its opening is estimated for December 2019. Until then, The Lady of the Ermine is exhibited in the National Museum of Krakow.

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St. Andrew's Church (Krakow)

St. Andrew's Church (in Polish: Kościół św. Andrzeja) is an 11th-century Romanesque-style Catholic temple located within the Historic Center of the city of Krakow, in the Little Poland Voivodeship (Poland).

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Wawel (AFI: [ˈvavɛl]) is the name of a hill located on the left side of the Vistula River in Krakow, Poland. It has an altitude of 228 meters above sea level and is a symbolic place with great significance for the Poles. The Royal Castle and Wawel Cathedral are located on that hill. The kings of Poland and some famous Poles are buried in the Cathedral, which has received numerous coronations throughout history.

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Krakow Academy of Fine Arts

The Krakow Academy of Fine Arts (Polish: Akademia Sztuk Pięknych w Krakowie) a higher school in Krakow. It was inaugurated in 1818 as The School of Drawing and Painting (Polish: Szkoła Rysunku i Malarstwa). From 1873 to 1900 it was called The School of Fine Arts. Since 1900 it is called the Krakow Academy of Fine Arts.

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Jaguelónica University

The Jaguelonic University (in Polish, Uniwersytet Jagielloński, UJ; in Latin, Universitas Jagellonica Cracoviensis) is a university in Poland that is in Krakow, and has the first place in the Times Higher Education Supplement as the best university in Poland.
It was founded in 1364 by King Casimir III the Great with the name of Cracow Academy, a name that lasted for centuries. In 1817 it was renamed to its current denomination (Uniwersytet Jagielloński) to commemorate the dynasty of the Jagellón, whose first king was Jogaila, grand duke of Lithuania. Under the patronage of this dynasty, he stood out among the great universities of the Renaissance and humanism.
It is one of the largest European universities. They studied Copernicus and John Paul II.

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Kraków Główny Station

The Main Station in Krakow (in Polish, Dworzec Kraków Główny) is the largest railway station in Krakow. The building was built between 1844 and 1847 by the architect P. Rosenbaum and is parallel to the tracks. The design was chosen to allow the expansion of a future line. The station was initially called a Krakow term: Upper Silesian Station (Kolej Krakowsko-Gornolaska). Trains entered the station through an arch in a brick wall at the north end of the station, which almost doubled in size in 1871.

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Krakow Market Square

Krakow Market Square (Polish: Rynek Główny w Krakowie) is the most important square in Krakow and Poland. It is located in the old town of Krakow, in the center of the city. Its origin dates back to the thirteenth century, and has about 40,000 m² (430,000 square feet). Being the largest medieval square in Europe
The "Rynek Główny" is a large square surrounded by old and historical houses (kamienice), palaces and churches. The center of the square is dominated by the Sukiennice (inside, among other things, there is a museum of Polish art of the nineteenth century), rebuilt in 1555 in Renaissance style, topped by a beautiful attic or Polish parapet, decorated with carved masks . On one side of the Sukiennice is the town hall tower (Wieża Ratuszowa), on the other side is the church of San Adalberto (San Wojciech) of the 10th century and, on its side since 1898, the monument to Adam Mickiewicz. Above the square, the Gothic towers of the Basilica of Santa Maria (Kościół Mariacki) stand out.

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Cloth Hall (Krakow)

The Cloth Hall or Sukiennice is a Renaissance building in the center of Krakow, Poland, one of the most recognizable icons in the city. It shapes the central area of ​​the Market Square (in Polish, Rynek Główny) in the old town of Krakow (which has been a UNESCO World Heritage since 1978). Arranged along a north-south axis, its opposite facades are symmetrical in relation to the axes of the entrances. It brings together architectural elements from very different times, and constitutes a global synthesis of Krakow architecture.

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Cracow aquarium and natural history museum

The Aquarium and museum of natural history of Krakow (in Polish: Aquarium and Muzeum Przyrodnicze w Krakowie) formerly the Natural Museum of Sciences of the Institute of Systematic and Evolution of Animals (PAS) is an aquarium and a public museum in San Sebastian in Krakow, in the European country of Poland. It has a prehistoric woolly rhinoceros preserved in perfect condition, the only specimen in the world preserved in its entirety of this extinct animal more than 12 thousand years ago.
At present, the core of the museum's exhibition is an exotarium and an aquarium. The current organizational structure of the exhibition includes freshwater and marine aquariums. It also has rhino, fossil and mineral exposures.

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Wawel Castle

Wawel Castle, located in Krakow, Poland, was built at the behest of Casimir III the Great, who reigned between 1333 and 1370, and consists of several structures located around a central courtyard.
In the fourteenth century it was rebuilt by Jogaila and Eduviges I. During his reign the tower called Pata de Gallina (Kurza Stopka) and the Danish Tower was added. The Chamber of Eduviges and Jogaila, in which is the Szczerbiec sword , which was used in coronation ceremonies, is currently exhibited and is another remainder of this period. On the hill other structures were built that served as barracks for the numerous clergymen, royal employees and artisans. In this period defensive walls and towers such as Jordanka, Lubranka, Sandomierska, Tęczyńska, Szlachecka, Złodziejska and Panieńska were erected.
Wawel Castle and Wawel Hill are the most important historical and cultural place in Poland. For centuries it was the residence of the kings of Poland and a symbol of the Polish state. It is currently one of the best art museums in the country. Founded in 1930, the museum comprises ten departments responsible for collections of paintings (including an important collection of Italian Renaissance paintings), prints, sculptures, textiles (among them the collection of tapestries of Sigismund II Augustus), goldsmithing, weapons, armor, Ceramics, Meissen porcelain and furniture. The museum's oriental art backgrounds include the largest collection of Ottoman tents in Europe. With seven specialized conservation studies, the museum is also an important conservation center for works of art.
It is included, within the scope of the historical center of Krakow, in the list of Unesco's World Heritage.

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Krakow City Hall Tower

The Town Hall Tower in Krakow, Poland (in Polish, Wieża ratuszowa w Krakowie) is one of the most important monuments of the Market Square in the historical center of Krakow.
The tower is the only surviving part of the old Town Hall of Krakow (Ratusz, see the painting below) demolished in 1820 as part of the project to open the Market Square. Their wineries housed a prison with a medieval torture room.

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Krakow Barbican

The Krakow barbican (in Polish, barbakan krakowski) is a barbican (defensive structure connected to the walls) of the late Middle Ages located in Krakow, Poland. It is a historic gate that leads to the historic center of Krakow, one of the few remains of the complex network of fortifications and defensive structures that formerly surrounded the city. It is currently a tourist attraction in which they are made various exhibitions.

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Pontifical University Juan Pablo II

The Pontifical University John Paul II of Krakow (in Polish: Uniwersytet Papieski Jana Pawła II w Krakowie), was instituted by Pope John Paul II who, on December 8, 1981, issued the motu proprio Beata Hedvigis with which he prescribed that the Pontifical Theological Academy (official name until February 2010) was to emerge from the former faculty of theology of the Jaguelónica University.

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