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Tremendously imposing is the astonishing facade of this construct with fabulous brickwork and verticality of decorative spires soaring to the heavens. There is beautiful stonework all around, particularly in the alcoves.
Inside only the Baroque high altar from the 1600s is extant. It is wonderful...More
This is a little off the beaten track but well worth taking the time to visit. It is a really magnificent Gothic Church started in the mid 14th century with a varied history. We stopped to visit it twice and there was hardly a soul...More
This was one of the most impressive churches we found in the Kazimierz district.
I love gothic architecture and this church was breathtaking.
It's a very imposing structure and dominate's the area.
The interior look's superb,the detail's,wall painting's and frescoe's look wonderful it really was...More
It is not the fanciest of churches but still very nice and has a nice bit of history inside if you get a leaflet explaining it all. A woman who worked there could not speak english but tried her best to point things out and...More
Krakow’s abundance of magnificent churches together with the plentitude of its monasteries and convents earned the city a reputation of “the Northern Rome” in the past. They have remained the centers of spiritual life till now, attended throughout the week and crowded on Sundays.
Located not far from the Wolnica Square in the Christian part of former Kazimierz town (now known mostly as the former Jewish quarter) St. Katherine and Margaret Church and the accompanying monastery of Augustian monks is one of the most mysterious sites in Krakow. This...More