Pod Wawelem Mansion

On the corner of today’s Krasińskiego and Zwierzyniecka Streets, a suburban manor house was built in 1819 with a small, characteristic storey and a large mansard roof, where Jan III Sobieski stayed in it, so some argue that this date is true. Decorated with the “Eye of Providence” and the emblem of the peacock. In the days to come, it belonged to the Niedziałkowski family. The owner, Jan Rawicz Niedzialkowski, was the director of municipal construction in Krakow, as well as a co-designer of the City Theater, waterworks, schools, streets and bridges. In the 20th century, it housed the Zygmunt Kaczorowski carriage factory, and later a saddlery workshop. In 1937 the manor house was demolished and in its place the Jubilat Department Store

Rate this post
Suggested contents and articles.
Suggested Contents
Krakow-Plaszow concentration camp
Krakow-Plaszow was German forced labour camp, later transformed into a concentration camp. It was founded to transport the Jewish population of the Krakow ghetto liquidated on 14 March 1943. The camp in Plaszow was established in the area of two Jewish cemeteries from 1887 and 1932 that were destroyed and Jewish
Wawel Castle
Contents1 Wawel Castle history1.1 The pearl of Renaissance1.2 Wawel Castle sword2 Wawel Castle Cathedral3 Wawel Castle Dragon4 Wawel Castle tickets and opening hours5 Wawel Castle Map Wawel Castle is located on Wawel Hill in Krakow, ancient capital of Poland. Wawel Castle had been the residence of Polish kings for centuries
Contents1 Christmas markets in Poland2 Krakow Christmas market2.1 Where is it?3 Szopki – one of a kind Krakow custom Christmas markets in Poland One of the most popular Christmas time highlights in Poland are Christmas markets. In Krakow, one of the biggest cities in Poland and it’s ancient capital, Christmas
All comments.