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St Mary's Basilica

Krakow 8.1 mi away
#4 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
Located on Poland's most beautiful square, Main Market Square ( Rynek ) you will find arguably Poland's most beautiful cathedral, the magnificent St Mary's Basilica ( Mariacka Cathedral ) .
Beauty of a church, amazing history of its construction, unique two towers, and fantastic to hear the bugle player hourly - with a great history of the significance of him playing.
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#6 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
Others may be intrigued at the replica of the Shroud of Turin and the silver plaque that memorializes the favorite pew of former Pope John Paul II when he was Bishop of Krakow.
Free of charge This church has amazing frescoes and it's definitely the most beautiful church that I have seen in Krakow!! Absolutely amazing stained glass windows by Wyspiański!!!
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#2 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Wadowice
It's a beautiful church to be sure - wonderful architecture, inspiring side altars, and wonderful frescoes - but seeing the baptismal font of where this great Saint was baptized is very special indeed.
... to take a tour of the St. John Paul II Family Home Museum next door for even more of the complete historical picture of the remarkable town of Wadowice and the life of this inspirational pope and saint.
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#13 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
... in a place of worship were I’m lost for words along the sides are huge altar dedicated to different saints etc the main altar is incredible below the altar is the crypt different beautiful stone/marble caskets...
A fabulous church and well worth the short visit rivals St Mary's in its beauty and size and the underground is extremely interesting also.
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Church of St. Joseph

Krakow 9.5 mi away
#21 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
what an amazing church, the architecture is incredible, hidden slightly from the main roads this hidden gem is well worth finding, the history of this building is fantastic with tributes to many including pope joh...
Church Of St Joseph ( Kosciol Sw Josefa) is the standout feature on Plac Podgórski ,a beautiful Roman Catholic church ,this huge red bricked church looks ancient but was constructed between 1905 _ 1909 and is an a...
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Dominican Church

Krakow 8.3 mi away
#23 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
The Dominican Church Of The Holy Trinity is only a couple of minutes walk from the magnificent Main Market Square and is a great example of Gothic architecture from the 13th century.
There's been a church on this site since 1223 and this amazing Catholic church is a great example of Gothic architecture that is so pleasing on the eye.
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#25 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
... Church ( kosciol Sw Bernardyna ) is one of the most beautiful churches in Krakow but also one of the most overlooked by the hordes of tourists that head to the beautiful Wawel Castle and the beautiful Cathedral .
... Krzystof Mieroszewski between 1659 _ 1676 this twin towered church is just a joy to behold, the stained glass windows are justifiably famous as is the reliefs and paintings that abound throughout this church.
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Church of St. Adalbert

Krakow 8.2 mi away
#29 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
The church was constructed in the 11th century, it actually predates the Main Market Square ( Rynek ) and is a mix of several architectural styles including Baroque, Renaissance and Gothic ,it's looks amazing espe...
The Church Of St Adalbert is really easy to locate Main Market Square ( Rynek Glowny ) in a square teeming with pubs, bars and restaurants and some amazing architecture a major tourist destination .
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#34 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
There is also the Shrine of St John of Kety where the relics of the saint rest in a sarcophagus supported by four figures who personify the faculties of the Academy of Kracow : Theology, Philosophy, Law and Medicine.
It feature a very ornate 14th century Baroque architecture with a beautiful marble interior and numerous paintings and statues.
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St. Barbara's Church

Krakow 8.2 mi away
#42 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
The interior is amazing,the high alter looks awesome as do the amazing details and frescoes ,it is blessed with the same opulent interior that most every church in Krakow is .
... Located in Mariacki Square, built in 14th century as a cemetery chapel,the church was practically reconstructed and expanded between 1680 _ 1687 in the Gothic style of architecture that is so pleasing on the eye.
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St. Florian's Church

Krakow 7.7 mi away
#53 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
Constructed by 1216 in the Baroque style of architecture that is so pleasing on the eye, this church stands on the corner of Matejko Square and St Florian's Church marks the start of the Royal Way .
Visit the parish Pope John Paul II ministered at!
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#58 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
This church is ancient, constructed in the 12th century and over the centuries particularly in the 17th,18th & 19th century rebuilt and extended, originally built in the beautiful Romanesque style of architecture...
Originally in the Romanesque style a 17th century revamp resulted in a transformation to the Baroque.
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#59 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
... and Convents amounts to around 120 ,amazing,no wonder it earned the nickname of " Northern Rome " and the Lords Transfiguration Church is a stunning example of the type of church to be found in Krakow.
#61 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
While wandering around the wonderful old streets of the Jewish Quarter your sure to pass St Katherine Of Alexandria Church which is one of the best examples of Gothic architecture in Krakow.
This 14th century church is certainly a fine venue for a concert, with good acoustics.
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Church St. Clement

Wieliczka 15.0 mi away
#3 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Wieliczka

Church of the Holy Cross

Krakow 8.0 mi away
#71 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
The central pillar of the church resembles a palm tree with the Gothic designed supports arching out at the ceiling,a truelly stunning feature of this 14th century church.
There has been a religious site on this spot since the 12th century ,the present brick church constructed in the 14th century replaced the wooden church here,it was actually constructed from spare bricks left over...

Bazylika Swietej Trojcy

Krakow 8.3 mi away
#72 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow

Church of St. Giles

Krakow 8.6 mi away
#78 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
The Church Of St Giles is a Roman Catholic church of the Dominican Order ,although this church dates from the 14th century there's been a religious site on this spot since the 11th century, the church has a superb...
The Church is a Catholic church run by the Dominican order and looks Stunning,located on the end of Krakow prettiest street namely Grodzka Street,there has been a place of worship on this site since the 11th century.

St. Mark's Church

Krakow 7.9 mi away
#81 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Czerna
#88 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
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#92 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
#95 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
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Church of the Holy Saviour

Krakow 8.6 mi away
#98 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
Tradition says that the church was built in the 11th or 12th Cent.
#101 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
Built between the 17th century & 18th century and badly damaged in a fire in the proceedings century ,rebuilt in the 19th century in the wonderful Baroque style of architecture that is so pleasing on the eye, it's...
After looking on the web I found out the church was built between the 17th and 18th century but was badly damaged by fire and rebuilt in the 19th century to the splendid looking church that can be seen today.

Church of St. Martin

Krakow 8.5 mi away
#104 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow
Ulica Grodkza is a street justifiably famous for its outstandingly beautiful architecture and the Church Of St Martin is yet another beautiful church on this street.
Beautiful church on beautiful street.

St. Benedict Church

Krakow 9.6 mi away
#108 of 156 Sights & Landmarks in Krakow