Krakow Historical Print II

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Destination: Krakow, Poland

Krakow is a city steeped in history. With the first settlers arriving as far back as the 4th century, by the time the 10th century rolled around Krakow was a thriving medieval city. Perched at the Western end of the Silk Road it was a booming center of trade, importing items such as leather and spices and exporting the country’s famous salt and textiles. Having been invaded by the Mongols in 1241, Krakow was rebuilt with fortified defensive walls and towers in 1257. By the 1300s, it boosted the second university in Europe and had become a flourishing center for science and arts.


As well as boosting an impressive historical lineage of trade and learning, Krakow’s has some of the greatest, and best named, kings. To name a few, there was Boleslaw the Wry-Mouthed, Mieszko Tanglefoot and Wladyslaw... Read More

Details and Dimensions

Beige putty mounting.
With mounting: 8.75" Height x 12" Length.
Picture: 4.75" Height x 8.25" Length.

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