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The Cloth Hall

The Cloth Hall

The Cloth Hall (in Polish "Sukiennice"), built in the 14th century, was formerly Krakow's international trade centre. After a century, before being destroyed by a fire, the hall saw its glory days and sold a variety of exotic imports - such as leather, spices and silk - from the East. Located right in the middle of the Market Square, this icon of the city was remodelled in the Renaissance style and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1978. Nowadays, the Cloth Hall hosts a number of souvenirs and handicrafts shops, on the ground floor, and the 19 Century Polish Art Gallery, on the first floor.
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Plaza Krakow Beach

Plaza Krakow Beach

Plaza Krakow is Poland's first modern complex of its type. In fact, it is one of the largest city beaches in Europe, where visitors enjoy sunbathing on 10,000 square metres of sand, deck chairs, volleyball courts, a swimming pool and children's playground. In the evening, there are open-air film screenings and all-night club events. Visitors will also find a restaurant serving refreshing drinks, cocktails and delicious meals. There is something for everyone to enjoy at this beach club.
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