Krakow & Budapest Multi Centre
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Krakow & Budapest Multi Centre

Krakow, Krakow

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Kraków, positioned in southern Poland near the Czech Republic border, boasts an impeccably preserved medieval core and a historic Jewish quarter. Its old town, encircled by remnants of medieval walls and embraced by Planty Park, centers around the expansive Rynek Główny (market square). This bustling square hosts the Renaissance-era Cloth Hall, a trading hub, and the captivating 14th-century Gothic St. Mary's Basilica. From its humble origins as a Stone Age settlement, Kraków has emerged as Poland's second-most significant city. Initially a hamlet atop Wawel Hill, it gained prominence as a vibrant Central European trading center in 985, recorded by merchant Ibrahim Ibn Yakoub of Cordoba. The city continued to flourish, becoming a cultural and academic cornerstone during the emergence of the Second Polish Republic in 1918 and throughout the 20th century. Presently, Kraków is home to around 800,653 residents, with an additional 8 million individuals residing within a 100 km (62 mi) radius of its central square.                                                                                                          


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