Historic Route of Podgórze

Today a district of Kraków, Podgórze lying on the right bank of the Vistula, was an independent borough with its own market square, coat-of-arms, and town hall from its founding in 1784 to 1915. Recognised as an industrial town, it was inhabited by entrepreneurs and craftspeople, on the other hand it boasted rich nature and wildlife and picturesque scenery. During the second world war, it was witness to the tragedy of the Jews, as 15 000 people were locked up in the ghetto the Nazis set up here. The route is an opportunity to get to know the various faces of Podgórze.

Historic Route of Podgórze
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Wojciech Bednarski Landscape Park
ul.Zamoyskiego Kraków
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Bohaterów Getta Square
Plac Bohaterów Getta Kraków
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Józefińska Street and the most important buildings of the Kraków ghetto
ul.Józefińska Kraków
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Krakus Mound
Kopiec Krakusa Kraków
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Krzemionki
ul.Krzemionki Kraków
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Piłsudski Bridge
Most Marszałka Piłsudskiego Kraków
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Podgórze
ul.Limanowskiego Kraków
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Podgórze Market Square
Rynek Podgórski Kraków
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Schindler's Factory
ul. Lipowa 4 Kraków
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St. Benedict's Church and Fort
ul.Rękawka Kraków
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St. Joseph's Church
ul. Zamoyskiego 2 Kraków
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Vistula Boulevards
Bulwar Kurlandzki Kraków
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