Behind the Nowa Huta , the remnants of the villages of Mogiła and the Vistula, there is a park called the Mogilski Forest.It covers 32 hectares, and in summer it is often visited by the inhabitants of Krakow.
Next to the former village of Łęg in Krakow, there is an oak and alder forest with an area of 20 hectares. On the one hand, it reaches the Vistula meadows and serves as a place for Sunday space ditches.
In Nowa Huta, on the Dłubnia River, a park was established separating the plant from the city. On the Dłubnia River, a reservoir of several hectares with an island was created. Thanks to sports facilities, this park is very popular among the residents of Nowa Huta in Krakow.
Krakow is a city relatively poor in greenery and places to relax – it has only 2.7 m2 of greenery per one inhabitant. The oldest garden in Kraków, probably established in 1241, is the garden at the Franciscan monastery. From the 16th century, private gardens began to appear at the
The suburb of Krakow, lying behind the Vistula Gate, once closing st. Wiślna. In the past, they were called Na Stróży, because in the 16th century there was an office which charged a fee for fish brought through the Vistula Gate to Kraków. Currently, it is the area of Zwierzyniecka
Nowa Huta is today the easternmost district of Krakow. Conceived in the late 1940s as a separate city, it was a realisation of the Stalinist utopia. The city developed around a giant Lenin Steelworks created there to put thousands of people to work in the proletarian spirit. Nowa Huta was supposed to overshadow