The Collegium Maius

the Collegium Maius

the Collegium MaiusThe Collegium Maius is the oldest building of learning in Poland. The university was founded by King Kazimierz The Great in 1364. In the 1490s the Collegium Maius counted among its students Nicolaus Copernicus. The college courtyard is open all day, the Jagiellonian University museum is upstairs and shows historic rooms with original furnishing, old European art and science instruments.

Jurgen Huibers
Jurgen Huibers

We are a family of five hailing from the picturesque landscapes of Belgium. Our passion? Exploring the wonders of Europe. Through our travels, we aim to ignite your wanderlust and provide inspiration for your European adventures. Take a glimpse into our journey so far, and don't hesitate to reach out for more details about the places we've had the pleasure to visit. Your dream European holiday awaits, and we're here to help you make it extraordinary!


Flora said...

Hi Beautiful Places!

We seem to have the same tastes, loving beautiful places and enjoying to take some pictures!

Thank you for this great blog and feel welcome to visit our Portugueese one:

GMG said...

Hi Juka! After a short break but a long absence, I’m finally back to the blogosphere and found some time to enjoy your excellent blog…
You surely had a great time in Poland!
Many thanks for your comments on Blogtrotter, while I was off. It’s now still in Kos on the way to Crete! Hope you enjoy and wish you a great weekend and a nice week ahead!

Anonymous said...

What beautiful architecture here... those arches are so evocative of another age. Here in England, we have the wonderful old university buildings in London, of course, but also Oxford and Cambridge. Great pics. :-)