Ulica Szeroka has to be without doubt the street with the most historical buildings in Kraków. From the Middle Ages, ... More
Ulica Szeroka has to be without doubt the street with the most historical buildings in Kraków. From the Middle Ages, Ulica Szeroka was the heart of the Jewish town of Kazimierz (which is nowadays one of the districts that make up Kraków). There are three beautiful synagogues here: the Old Synagogue which was built beside the 14th century city walls in 1570 and which now houses the Museum of Judaism, the 16th century Remuh Synagogue at No 40 which stands beside the Remuh burial ground and the Popper Synagogue at No 16 which was built in 1620.
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Ulica Chmielna (literally 'Hops Street') was developed along with Ulica Nowy during the 18th century. Before World War II, the
street was crowded with theaters, restaurants and cafes. Under Communism, it was renamed Ulica Henryka Rutkowskiego and was known ...
The building of the Czartoryski Museum itself is pretty and famous in its own right, but the museum is acclaimed
in Poland for one particular painting. In fact, the hotel across the street from the museum uses its' proximity ...