Landau Palace

Laundau Palace in central Krakow is one od the most important object of the Jewish heritage in Krakow and an iconic landmark of the Old Town.

Located at 41 Miodowa Street in Krakow, the most beautiful secular palace was assigned to Jordan. Recent research has shown the vicinity of Nowy Square as the location of the Jordanian Palace. The palace at Miodowa Street was built in the 16th century. It closes Szeroka Street in Kazimierz from the side of Miodowa. From the 18th century, it belonged to the Landau – kahal oppositionists and anti-rabbis, and from the beginning of the 19th century, they already ruled the Jewish Town. Dr. Jan Landau, who died in 1834, was the vice-president of Krakow. The palace was the seat of the Krakow branch of the Monument Conservation Studio. Thanks to this, it is in good condition. Renaissance portals, columns and fireplaces are preserved.

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