Grunwaldzki Bridge



The Grunwaldzki Bridge is a cable and concrete bridge designed by Zenon Grajek. It was created for 4 years. Its construction began in 1968. It connects important exit stations from Krakow through the roundabout and the tunnel: Kapelanka Street and Marii Konopnickiej Street.

From the bridge you can see Wawel Castle and the Pauline Church on the Rock (Na Skałce church).

Grunwaldzki Bridge on map

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