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HTI Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością,
ul. Łobzowska 8,
Sąd Rejonowy dla Krakowa - Śródmieścia w Krakowie,
XI Wydział Gospodarczy Krajowego Rejestru Sądowego,
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Kazimierz district - the most exciting area of Krakow, vibrant with life, full of artists, monuments, atmospheric cafes and art galleries. The only place in Europe where you can feel the pre-war Jewish culture so intensely. Synagogues, cemeteries, market squares - these and other traces of Kazimierz's Jewish history have survived to this day and are the destination of tourists from all over the world. The Kazimierz district has become an important tourist destination, which has significantly contributed to the intensification of contemporary Jewish culture.
SUKIENNICE - KRAKOW CLOTH HALL
The Cloth Hall - a magnificent architectural monument, standing in the central part of the Old Market Square in Krakow, where there used to be stalls with cloth. The Krakow Cloth Hall has undergone numerous changes over the years. Currently, there are two roofed rows of stalls in the Cloth Hall in Krakow, selling souvenirs from Krakow and Poland as well as handicrafts. The Gallery of Polish Painting and Sculpture is located on the first floor of the Cloth Hall. It also houses the Tourist Information and the entrance to a relatively new attraction, opened in 2010 - the basement of the Main Square.
WAWEL ROYAL CASTLE
Wawel Royal Castle - one of the most famous European monuments and one of the two most important and largest castles in Poland. It was erected on a limestone hill in the center of Krakow, on the Vistula River. It was the seat of the rulers of Poland - the place where the history of the country was shaped. Wawel has become a national and cultural symbol of Poles and one of the most visited historical and artistic places in Poland