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Krakow Main Market Square (Rynek Glowny)

Measuring 650 ft x 650 ft (200m by 200m), Kraków's Rynek Główny is the largest medieval town square in Europe and one of the finest urban designs of ...  続きを読む

アウシュヴィッツ

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アウシュヴィッツ強制収容所は、1940年4月に旧ポーランド軍の兵舎が利用されポーランド、オシフィエンチム市郊外に建設された収容所です。アウシュビッツは、最初はポーランド人政治犯を収容するため作られましたが、ナチス政権は時間が経つとともに占領したヨーロッパ各地からユダヤ人などをアウシュビッツに送り込み、ヨーロッパに住む ...  続きを読む

Tatra Mountains

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The Tatra Mountains are the highest part of the Carpathian range and Poland's southernmost border. Today they are shared with Slovakia, but in the past it was ...  続きを読む

St Adalbert Church

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This church is one of the oldest stone-built religious buildings in all of Poland, with some of the eldest relics dating back to the 10th century. In fact, it ...  続きを読む

Galicia Jewish Museum

Entirely dedicated to honoring Holocaust victims and celebrating Jewish culture of the former Austro-Hungarian region of Galicia through photographs, this ...  続きを読む

Gallery of 19th-Century Polish Art Museum

The very aptly named museum, which is located inside Krakow’s famous Cloth Hall, does indeed focus on 19th-century Polish art, with thousands of paintings and ...  続きを読む

Ghetto Eagle Pharmacy Museum

Tadeusz Pankiewicz’s pharmacy in the heart of Podgórze ran quite smoothly until 1941 when the Nazis closed off the surrounding area and created a ghetto ...  続きを読む

Hipolit House

The Hipolit House is a branch of the Historical Museum of the City of Krakow, containing recreations of townhouse interiors from the 17th to early 19th ...  続きを読む

Jan Matejko House

Welcome to Jan Matejko’s universe! The famous artist, counted among the most famous Polish painters, is celebrated for his vivid depictions of political and ...  続きを読む

Jozef Mehoffer House

Often regarded as one of Poland’s finest artists, Jozef Mehoffer (who also happened to be a pupil of Jan Matejko) was a highly talented stained-glass artisan, ...  続きを読む

Krakow Archaeology Museum

While not nearly as big as other archaeology museums in the world, that of Krakow’s has the particularity of being home to the world’s only Slavonic god to ...  続きを読む

Little Market Square (Maly Rynek)

Tucked away behind the flying buttresses of St Mary’s Basilica, the Maly Rynek is the baby brother of Krakow’s landmark Rynek Główny, just as beautiful ...  続きを読む

National Museum

The biggest museum in all of Krakow, the National Museum, is actually the regional (and most important) branch of Poland’s National Museum - There are over ...  続きを読む

Photography History Museum

Welcome to Poland’s only photography museum! Although modest in size, the Photography History Museum will captivate shutterbugs of both amateur and ...  続きを読む

Podgorze

Podgorze is a district of Krakow on the southern bank of the Vistula River and at the base of Lasota Hill. It was originally a separate city, but in 1915, as ...  続きを読む