pl. Ducha 1, Krakow, Poland
Slowaki theater Krakow Reviews
A beautiful piece of architecture Jul 16, 2008
The Slowaki theater is at the Ducha square, in the North East of Krakow's old town. I don't think one can visit it from the inside, unless you're attending a show, but the outside is worth a view.
The building is named after a famous poet and it's construction has been controversial because a church needed to be demolished for it. Yet the architecture is outstanding, and reminds of similar buildings in e.g. Paris. The curtain inside is painted with an image that portrays comedy and drama, and in the old days this opera house used to be the first building in Krakow that was electrically enlightened.
Part of the Poland 2008 travel blog
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