Posts under Tag: Krakow
Mocak – Museum of contemporary art Krakow
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Modern art is very popular today. There’s a lot of galleries in Poland, even in Krakow exhibiting this part of art-world. But there’s only one Museum, just opened in Krakow! First exhibition was opened by oour President Bronislaw Komorowski on 20th of May. Mocak is really close to Schindler’s Factory, on Lipowa Street number 4. Whole building  was projected by […]

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Stars abovemy head, stars under my feet, stars in stars avenue!
Stars abovemy head, stars under my feet, stars in stars avenue!

Always when I’m passing Vistula boulevards I’m thinking about stars built in the pavement. There’s most of polis, only two are foreign. Have you ever thought who are/were they? Let’s make a little revision: First star, who get a star was Celine Dion in 28th of June 2008. Celine Dion is famous Canadian singer. She is very patriotic person, who, […]

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Grab your best clothes! It’s part-time!
Grab your best clothes! It’s part-time!

Magic Krakow is a kind of city, which never falls asleep. Of course not because of working, but partying! If you’re planning to visit Krakow, you should definitely visit tenement on Wielopole 15 Street. Why this place is special? Imagine old house in the city center, normal one, with old locators with dogs and cats. Subtract locators, add some chairs […]

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Palace in Balice

Balice is one of the oldest hamlet in neighborhood of Krakow. The greatest time it has in XVI century, when it belong to Boner’s family. They built there suburban mansion, which took in many prominent guests for cultural and political life. In next centuries balice was property of Firley and Szymberk’s family. In XIX centuries the mantion belong to Radziwił’s […]

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What about Bonarka City Center?
What about Bonarka City Center?

Bonarka City Center, new shopping and free-time-spending place has been opened in 2009, and it’s modern interpretation of city roads and market squares. But there’s a great story behind this modern scenery. Since the end of 19th century there was a concrete manufacture, which few times changed its name to finally stay at ‘Chemical Industry Bonarka’ and got closed in […]

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