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This statue is a memorial to the Jesuit priest Piotr Skargais whose remains are buried in the nearby church of St Peter and St Paul. It’s a very tall statue mounted on a long slender plinth so is not particularly outstanding when walking along the...More
Not the most obvious statue in Krakow, in fact the street where it is was bustling, but I was the only one who had seemed to notice it, it’s in a small square just off the main thoroughfare from the old town market square to...More
Walking down Ulica Grodkza there's so much to see and do ,teeming with pubs, bars and restaurants and some amazing architecture and interesting features and the Monument To Peter Skarga is one such interesting site that you will see.
The monument is in honour of...More
Even though this monument is placed in the center of this tiny square, Plac Magdaleny, it did not grab my attention, mainly because the bronze statue is placed so high up the slender tall granite pedestal. It was very difficult to see facial features, something...More
Visited on Friday 6th October. This statue is situated opposite the Church of St Peter and St Paul. Most people stand near it to take a picture of the church over the road not realising its there. When you visit take some time to look...More