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  • Pub Monster Neil
    Liverpool, UK27,686 contributions
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    The Jagiellonian University is one of the oldest and most respected universities in the world, its a series of faculty buildings spread throughout the city ,walking down Ulica Grodzka you pass Collegium Luridicum ,this is a complex of 15th century buildings that form the Faculty Of Law ,these Gothic buildings look superb ,this one along Ulica Grodzka is more sedate in look but still beautiful to view,most definitely well worth checking out if you're in the Old Town of Krakow and easy to locate along Ulica Grodzka.
    Written February 24, 2024
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  • Pub Monster Neil
    Liverpool, UK27,686 contributions
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    The Jagiellonian University is one of the most famous and oldest universities in the world, made up of 15 faculty buildings, each building is ancient and beautiful, one of the most eye catching is this great looking building dedicated to medicine and the medical profession.
    It's actually known as Collegium Nowodworskiego ( Nowodworski College ) ,this was originally a set of Gothic houses but converted to a faculty building between 1638-1643 ,wonderful to view,very photogenic and easy to locate along Ulica Sw.Anny and well worth a few minutes of your time if you're walking around the wonderful Old Town of Krakow.
    Written March 11, 2024
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  • Pernille I
    Copenhagen, Denmark6,203 contributions
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    The Wolf Popper synagogue was founded by a single man - Mr. Wolf Popper; a 17th century rich banker and trader who lived in Kazimierz.

    The synagogue was beautifully decorated, but with Mr. Popper passing it lacked funding. The war further destroyed it, and some parts of the decorations are now to be found in Jerusalem museums.

    It ended services as a synagogue in 1965, and was converted into a bookstore selling Hebrew literature as well as beautiful notebooks. Also available are English and other language books on the history of Jews in Poland. A very eccentric little place.

    The main feature though to me was the mural on the left when entering the small courtyard; a painting clearly inspired by Chagall with the violin and the fiddler, the bride and groom, the wandering Jew, the menorah etc. Both modern and drawing lines back to key symbols of Hebrew art.

    It is a nice place to bring back a little souvenir from Kazimierz. Entrance is of course free!
    Written April 18, 2023
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  • Kurt Guardia
    Santiago de Compostela, Spain7 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    As everything in Krakow, this is a very interesting and enlightening experience. Recomended to be done while visiting the city.
    Written October 17, 2019
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