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Thoroughly enjoyed the concert made special by the setting in this small church.
On the button of an hour and a nice varied selection of music. Thanks to the musicians who demonstrated great talent. Recommended.
I attended 'programe 1' of the Royal Chamber Orchestra - and it was very disappointing for the following reasons:.
1. The musicians arrived about one minute before the scheduled start time which ended up being 10 minutes late.
2. The advised programe length was one...More
You may call this place a small church or a big chapel. It stands on SE corner of the main square and is dedicated to St. Adalbert or St. Wojciech Small interior with a painting of St. Mary is nice for a worship or short...More
We were most fortunate to have heard an excellent concert by a string quartet of 2 violins, viola and cello, advertised as the Royal Chamber Orchestra, in this beautiful small church in Cracow’s main square. The program was a very diverse one with standard classical...More
Imposing, Romanesque church dating from the 11th century, featuring a Baroque dome.
An interesting style…but it is from the 11th century! The church is small, located on the main market square, and won't take much time to view it; but, it's well worth it!
We popped in the this little church on our first day, then appreciated it for the next days we stayed in Krakow. It could be easily overlooked but do pay a visit. There are concerts held here early evening and they sell tickets on the...More
A visit to this church is not time consuming - look at the main features, snap a few photos, leave. This small cubical church is easily seen on a corner of the old town square as most people who use Grodzka to get to Wawel...More
Is the church misaligned with the square around it or is the square misaligned with the church within the square. Neither/both.
We were told that one is aligned east/west and the other north/south.
One of life’s little mysteries.