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The Bernardine church in Kraków. 
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The Bernardine church in Kraków.

The first church that stood here, built in mid-15th century when Observant monastery was set up here, was ruined by Swedish troops in 1655. The current baroque one was erected in 1659-1680.
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St. Bernardine's church in KrakówIn front of the Bernardine church in KrakówThe emblem of Holy Mary on the facade of the Bernardine church in KrakówSaint Bernardino of Siena on the facade of the Bernardine church in KrakówThe lantern on the dome of the Bernardine church in Kraków
Telephone booth in Kraków. 
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Telephone booth in Kraków.

This one is located near the Wawel Castle Hill, by the crossing of Bernardyńska, Grodzka, Stradom and Saint Gertruda streets.
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"The Great Famine in Ukraine 1932-1933" exhibition. 
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"The Great Famine in Ukraine 1932-1933" exhibition.
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Poster of the "Great famine in Ukraine 1932-1933" exhibitionThe "Great famine in Ukraine 1932-1933" exhibitionThe "Great famine in Ukraine 1932-1933" exhibitionThe "Great famine in Ukraine 1932-1933" exhibitionThe "Great famine in Ukraine 1932-1933" exhibitionWawel castle
Grodzka Street in Kraków, with the Wawel Castle above. 
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Grodzka Street in Kraków, with the Wawel Castle above.
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