Story about city of Krakow
City of Krakow
Krakow lies in the Southern part of Poland on the Vistula river. Approximately 300 km North is Warsaw, the capital of Poland, and 100 km South are the Tatra Mountains, forming the southern border of the country. In the Krakow, in the year 1000, a Roman Catholic bishopric was founded. In the Krakow is residential royal castle was constructed on the Wawel Hill, becoming the site for the coronation and burial of kings, as Krakow was the capital of Poland from the 11- 17 century. In the Krakow in 1364, the Cracow Academy was established, the first Polish university (today renamed the Jagiellonian University). The city image has changed during the past centuries. During the Middle Ages, Krakow was a safe, rich, fortified city surrounded by walls with 55 towers (fragments of the city fortification have been preserved to this day). During the Renaissance, Krakow became the centre of progressive ideas, with a...
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