Did You Know

- In the undergrounds of the Wawel Royal Castle there is one of the seven earth Chakras – it is believed to emanate powerful spiritual Energy.

- Nicolaus Copernicus lived and studied in Kraków – he was the creator of the heliocentric model of the solar system, according to which the Earth and other planets revolve around the Sun at the center of the Solar System.

- In Wieliczka near Kraków there is located the renowned Salt Mine - the only mining facility in the world, open without interruption since the Middle Ages to the present.

- In the catacombs of the Church of St. Casimir the Prince there is an unusual place - The monastic crypts where the naturally mummified bodies rest.

- The Main Square is the largest medieval market in Europe, established over 750 years ago.

- the altar in the St. Mary's Church was carved entirely out of wood - Trunks, of which his creator Veit Stoss hewed figures came from 500-year-old trees, so today the wood is 1000 years old.

- The Mariacka Tower is the only tower in the world, from which for over six hundred years the trumpeter has been playing the St. Mary's Trumpet Call to the four sides of the world every hour.

- The elevation of the current Main Square is 2 meters higher than at the beginning of its existence. This is because Kraków is famous for its numerous cellars and dungeons, partially occupied by cafes and pubs, and other partially inaccessible to public.

- Kraków, the former capital of Poland, the City of Kings, invites you to visit the treasures of its 1000-year history

- museums, monuments, churches but also to discover its mysteries and secret places.
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