The Royal castle and Cathedral: National Geographic showed the «heart» of Krakow

The Royal castle and Cathedral: National Geographic showed the «heart» of Krakow

Krakow is primarily the Wawel castle where you can walk all day.

Historic centre of Krakow, the Polish survived a series of wars and occupation, keeping the architectural beauty. Today, stone bridges of the old town, the majestic Cathedral and the castle on the hill attest to its rich history, culture and reminiscent of the many legends.

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In ancient times Krakow was the capital of Poland and seat of kings, writes National Geographic in addition to live with fantastic panoramas of the city. The monarchs have built a stunning castle on Wawelska hill and many churches, which now form the historic centre of the city.

Krakow is primarily the Wawel castle where you can walk all day. There are breathtaking views of the Vistula river and the promenades, the Market square and the town hall, and is the heart of all the legends of the city.

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One of the legends about Krakow says that after the founding of the city suffered from the dragon, who devoured the cattle and the girls, until he won. According to different versions of the story — or the sons of the king, or the king himself, or a clever shoemaker. Visitors can explore the cave that was supposedly the house the prehistoric creatures, as well as see a statue of a dragon, made in 1972. She even occasionally spews real fire.

Recall that Krakow is one of the ten cities where the fall of Kiev will start to fly Ryanair. Incredible palaces and castles, stunning cathedrals, and other sights of European cities, which impress the tourists with its heritage, are waiting for the Ukrainians.

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