Kochanów

Kochanów was a manor house built in 1839 by Jan Jancenty Kochanowski and his wife Magdalena, née Dembińska. It was located at the corner of Straszewskiego and Wolska streets (today Piłsudskiego). The manor house housed the first daguerreotype workshop of Szymon Żabiński in Krakow. Later, a tenement house was built on the site of the manor house. After the Second World War, for many years it was the seat of the Higher Pedagogical School, and now it is the seat of the Ludwik Solski State Theatre School.

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