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“Crisis? What Crisis?!” is the main theme of the 14th edition of Krakow Photomonth, Europe’s leading photography festival, which takes place from May 12...  »

To make it easier to navigate the jungle of events celebrating photography, in 2013 the Visual Arts Foundation and the Lablab Foundation created the Krak...  »

Whatever you’re after in film music, you will surely find it at the festival. In 2016 the festival will be held in the aura of adventure and multisensory...  »

A pinch of animations, a handful of cinematic portraits, mix in Polish, Swedish and New York tales, season with esoterica, and voilà! We have a cinematic fe...  »

Carlos, Urs, David and Seb – known as Il Divo – are delighted to announce that they will be bringing their Amor & Pasion Tour to Poland in 2016, perform...  »

The highlight and flagship of the city, this pearl of Renaissance architecture is Kraków’s oldest “shopping gallery”. The Cloth Hall is one of the oldest historic sites in Kraków... »

Quite a popular saying once claimed that Nowa Huta can boast two things: good steel and a good theatre. Yet the beginnings of theatrical life in Nowa Huta were difficult... »

Today Wolnica Square is part of the former market square of the city of Kazimierz. The market was staked out with real panache soon after the chartering of the city in 1335. Its size was only a little smaller than that of Kraków... »

A modern conference and exhibition centre whose construction was sparked by an idea of the film director Andrzej Wajda. There are three stained-glass windows in the façade which are based on previously unrealised designs by Stanisław Wyspiański... »

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Historical Museum of the City of Kraków

The wartime history of the factory, its owner Oskar Schindler, and the Jewish prisoners of the Płaszów camp became known primarily thanks to Steven Spielberg... »

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Wawel

One of the Wawel Castle’s two artillery towers open for visitors from April to September...  »

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Old Synagogue (Alte Schul)

 

Kraków’s oldest synagogue was most probably built soon after the enforced exodus of Kraków Jews to Kazimierz following the decree of King John Albert (Jan Olbracht) of 1495... »

 
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