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St. Anna Street is conected with same-named church and Jagiellonian University church. This church is a third building on the same place, because the first one was made by wood. The collegiate of st. Anna is situated in neighborhood of Colegium Medicum and Collegium Maius. Collegium Maius is the oldest building of Cracovian Academy, it was built about 1400. There's Museum of Jagiellonian University inside, which enclose things connected with the history of universtity. For example we can find there astronomical instruments which were used by Nikolaus Copernicus, or mould of Fryderyk Chopin's hand. Also you can find there real Wajda's Oscar statue there.
After tour I suggest to go to restaurant, for example Italian Trattoria Soprano http://www.trattoriasoprano.pl/, vegetarian Chimera http://www.chimera.com.pl/, or good, fresh sushi http://www.sushi77.com/.

After dinner I inivte you on the Main Market Square!