Krakow Architecture Print I

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Destination: Krakow, Poland

A city where religion and culture have long had the upper hand over trade and commerce, Krakow is seen in many ways as Poland’s soul. From the country’s founding to the 1980s, when a Polish pope and the Solidarity movement inspired a nation, the Catholic church has long been a symbol of social and national unity.


Bought from an antiquarian bookseller in Krakow’s Old Town, this framed architectural print depicts one of the city’s medieval churches raising up alongside the first brick buildings.

Details and Dimensions

Frame: 6" Height x 7" Length.
Picture: 2.25" Height x 3" Length.

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