The Saint Adalbert's church
Rynek Glowny, Krakow, Poland
The Saint Adalbert's church Krakow Reviews
A small dot at the crowded square of Krakow Jul 13, 2008
The Saint Adalbert's church stands at the Rynek Glowny, the main square in Krakow, and is pretty tiny.
The building itself is a white cubicle like form with a round roof, at one corner of the square. It is possible to visit it, and underneath is a small museum where you can watch some of the cellars under the Rynek Glowny. The square used to be a lot lower in the old days, and here you can see some prove of that.
Apart from this, the Adalbert's church isn't much spectacular. From the outside it is though nice to watch, and in front of it there is a water pump that is mainly fun for little children that like to splash each other.
Part of the Poland 2008 travel blog
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