I found it to be one of the most unimpressive churches around. Go next door to St. Andrews to see the tiny hidden gem of the area. I saw that they offer many concerts in the church which may be worthwhile.
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inside it is one interesting thing. The Foucault' pendulum shows that the earth really goes around the sun. It is closed to Wawel, so we just looked at it.
worth seeing, good statues along the front on a nice little street didnt bother going in, im not of that persuasion.
The entrance to this beautiful church is free. The interior is decorated with various paintings and gilded items, but on me the most personal impression left the great exterior and stunning statues that adorn it. I recommend everyone to visit it.
I shall forever have a crick in my neck from looking up at the beautiful ceilings of these beautiful churches.
Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, Old Town Krakow Poland. Dates to 1605. Easily identified by its statues of the 12 Apostles. Even more beautiful inside.
We went for an 8pm chamber orchestra concert, and it was stunning. The acoustics were remarkably good, and the programme mostly well known pieces, with soloists on piano, flute, trumpet, and classical guitar. Extraordinarily well done, and not a sell-out, so plenty of opportunity to...More
We visited this church while they were preparing for a service so it was extremely busy. What an absolutely beautiful church it is. The pictures alone are exceptional and make it worth visiting, to say nothing of the opulence of the ornate gold cornices, etc.
We were walking by this church.......there was a concert that evening ....we bought tickets and went in ...........church is beautiful,