Krakow is situated in the south of Poland, on the banks of the Vistula River. It is one of the largest and oldest cities in Poland and is the capital of Malopolska.
The Kanonicza street, close to Wavel.
View on the city from the Zygmunt Bell Tower in Wavel Cathedral.
Building close to the park.
View on the Barbican of Krakow and the street.
From this window over the entrance gate Pope John Paul II talked to the thousands of people waiting to see him and to receive his blessing.
Statue on the main market square, next to the Belfry.
The Grunwald Monument, close to the Barbican.