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Matejko Square is the square were you will find the magnificent Grunwald Monument, probably the most famous monument in Krakow.
Surrounded on all sides by grand architecture it's quite a busy square but with its close proximity to The Barbican and Floriańska Gate hardly surprising...More
Cloth hall divides the two main city squares - this one has old town hall tower and bronze “face on its side” art at one end. It’s interesting looking at surrounding buildings as you walk across but mind out for maniac cyclists! Plenty of cafes...More
The imposing Grunwald Monument is set in the center of this slim rectangular square. Its's a battle that tourists hear about everywhere in Poland. In that famous battle the Polish and Lithuainian armies defeated the Teutonic Knights in 1410. It's an unusual war memorial in...More
Matejko square is a place located near the old town of Krakow. This square is very big and it has a Grundwald battle monument in the middle. It is a beautiful place, but not essential. If you walk in the surroundings, it is interesting to...More
a very impressive historic monument located in a large square surrounded by well restored old buildings. When visiting the Barbakan fortree just outside the Florianska street, cross the street to the Matejki square for a short stroll.