This church has Gothic and Baroque architecture, and its rich and long history makes it a boom in literature and art. It is one of the most exquisite churches we have ever visited, bringing together the top art in Poland. Unfortunately, I can’t take pictures.
St. Andrew’s Church is not far from the central square, about 5 minutes’ walk away. Its outer wall has begun to peel off, and if you look up the information, it turned out to be constructive in the 12th century, almost 10 centuries ago.
Very beautiful place, well worth a visit!
A very exquisite cathedral with a sense of history. It is more religious and free and open. There are many sarcophagi in the basement below, all of them rich and famous. It’s a pity that I’m not allowed to take pictures. It’s very convenient to come out of the old palace and pass by.
The 11th century Romanesque building is said to be the only surviving building in Krakow after the Tatar invasion in 1241. The tower is very beautiful. address:
St. Andrew's Church Grodzka 54, 31-044 Krakow, Poland
Monday to Friday 9:00~18:00