Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow MOCAK
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Muzeum jest pierwszym w Polsce tego typu miejscem, które stworzono od podstaw. Budynek powstał na terenie dawnej fabryki Schindlera w poprzemysłowej dzielnicy Zabłocie, która w ostatnich latach przechodzi gwałtowną rewitalizację.
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Museum of Contemporary Art in Kraków (MOCAK) houses a permenant collection of Polish contemporary art, as well as shows of artists from all over the world. It's located in a former industrial area Zabłocie, ugly and full of untamed life!
It's in the same building as Schindler's factory, I'd definitely recommend to visit both.
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“You can see this museum with a guide (50 pln) or alone (25 pln). You can book the tour/buy a ticket before, to make sure you will enter. The museum is very nicely done, and worth visiting. It mostly shows the historical photos of Cracow and the history of Jews in here. The visit should last around 2h. ”
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“⁃Wawel Castle - mainly outside and the court of the castle. Visiting the chambers takes a lot of time, however, they are nice. Wawel is very famous for having a lot of arrases. I recommend going to the dragon’s cave (Wawel Dragon is a symbol of Cracow. When you go outside of the cave there is a dragon’s statue which blows fire every 5 minutes.”
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“OLD TOWN: Perfect for a lunch or coffe! It's a beautiful buffet located in the very center of Krakow. The interior is made like a winter garden with lots of plants. They have delicious coffee, freshly squeezed juices, and sweets. The lunch food is light, lots of vegetarian options, many salads. Example of price: 4x 100 g of food costs around 4 euros”
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“Take a walk or a bike tour around Krakow's bigest open green area. It is located just outside of the Old Town.”
- Door 42 locals aangeraden
“Beautiful historic building. On the first floor, there is a museum, while at the gate you can buy traditional costumes and other souvenirs closely related to Krakow's cultures and design.”
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