History of Krakow

Archaeological excavations indicate that Wawel Hill was already inhabited thousand years BC. In 6th and 7th centuries first Slavic tribes arrived into this region and started to replace Celtic and Germanic cultures. By the end of 8th century Krakow became an important stronghold, this was the time of legendary King...

Geography of Krakow

Krakow lies in southern Poland in the region called Sub Carpathian Valleys, between Upplands region in the north and Carpathian Mountains in the south. This area was covered only by old South Poland Glaciation therefore are no visible glacial forms on the surface which remained, unlike in case of northern Poland.

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