Rank in Poland
Rank in Europe
Krakow, or Cracow, is one of the largest cities in Poland and the second largest in the country. Holding its old-world aura and charm, Krakow is the most beautiful of Poland's main cities, in spite of ruins from WWII bombings. It has been recognized as one of the most important centers of academia, economy, culture, and art. The old town area has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site while the city has been widely called one of Europe's most beautiful cities. The city is also home to several acclaimed universities and art centers, including one of the world's oldest universities, the Jagiellonian University. The city has some of the most beautiful and ornate buildings in Europe in the traditional Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architectures. It has the largest medieval market square in Europe, Rynek Główny. The city has received high praise from several bodies that led it to be named the European Capital of Culture in 2000 and has been called a UNESCO City of Literature since 2013.
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