Krakow’s future underground trams will run from Krowodrza Gorka to the tram terminal on ul. Krzemienna, and from the Mogilskie roundabout to the Grzegorzeckie roundabout. Their connection times will be faster than the city’s current surface trams.Read more
Krakow’s Mittal steel mill, together with Gdansk’s shipyard, is one of the most important symbols of worker resistance against the Communist regime in Poland.Read more
Jewish groups object to plans of building additions to Plaszow designed with tourists in mind. And real estate developers object to a plan for a construction-free buffer zone around Plaszow because it would mean they couldn’t develop the area.Read more
An unscientific Internet survey about what the City of Krakow should do with the old Oskar Schindler Factory suggests that most residents are not opposed to the city’s idea of using part of it for a modern-art museum.
Opponents of the art museum, who say such a facility should not be built on ground hallowed to Jews, argue that the survey was flawed.
Before you go to sleep today
listen to a little tale.
The invisible map is a peculiar guidebook created by people who have never seen the place they describe or the city where they live. Wroclaw already has a map like this.Read more
Turlej Gallery is presenting 40 award-winning posters from the international competition "The World Award of Monotheistic Religions" held in Teheran in 2006Read more
Krakow’s city center is full of exceptional pubs, clubs and other places where anyone can enjoy themselves.Read more
Where can one find the best ice cream in Krakow? While Krakow residents may have differing opinions, ul. Starowislna is an obvious candidate.Read more
The five artists in the Ladnie Group say they never formed an artists’ association.
Others did that for them by lumping them together and giving their collected work a name.