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Rynek Glowny Vintage Postcard

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Destination: Krakow, Poland

One of the largest medieval market squares in Europe, Rynek Glowny is the gravitational center of Krakow’s Old Town. After the city was destroyed by Mongol invasion in 1241, Rynek Glowny was rebuilt in 1257 and has changed very little since. Throughout the centuries it has seen everything from the swearing in of Kings and Queens to the gruesome executions of the accused. Today, the square is the setting for the city’s ever-popular Easter and Christmas markets.


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3.5" Width x 5.5" Length.

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