Jugowice

Jugowice is a former servant settlement, and now an estate of detached houses within the administrative boundaries of Krakow, it is part of the Swoszowice district. The settlement was incorporated into Krakow in 1941. In the past, the local inhabitants used to produce wooden yokes, plows and harrows.

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