Access to Cracow- private tours & transfers 2011-2021
See Auschwitz- the biggest Nazi Extermination Camp and learn about the Holocaust.
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It is a world class monument, featuring among twelve objects on the UNESCO's World Cultural and Natural Heritage List.
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Krakow which has long been the centre of the Polish state is also the heart of Polish Christianity.
The Church of St. Anne- the largest Baroque church of Krakow from the turn of the 17th and 18th centuries
Kazimierz was established in the 14th century by Casimir III the Great as a separate town. Between the 15th century and World War II, the north-east part of Kazimierz was a Jewish quarter. Kazimierz was entered into the 1978 UNESCO World Heritage List.
Plaszow forced labour camp was located 10 kilometres outside the city centre of Cracow. The camp of Plaszow was originally designed to be a work camp. However, like many other Nazi camps, shortages of food existed, prisoners, starved or were worked to death, or summarily shot for no reason. The camp was built on the site of two Jewish cemeteries and the Nazis used the tombstones as building materials.
Plaszow labour camp is featured in Schindler's List movie.
Memorial of Torn- Out Hearts
This memorial depicts five figures representing the five countries of Płaszów's victims, with heads bent under the weight of the massive stone block from which they are carved and a horizontal crack across their chests, symbolising their abruptly ended lives. The large Polish inscription across the back of the monument reads, “To the memory of the martyrs murdered by the Nazi perpetrators of genocide in the years 1943-45.”
The Royal City of Krakow often referred to as the Polish Rome...
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Krakow is the cradle of Polish culture. Krakow is situated by the Vistula River. Krakow's historic centre, the Old Town within the Planty Park, the Wawel Hill and the district of Kazimierz were designated as UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites in 1978.
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