Just west of the Rynek is this richly decorated baroque church. Its Chapel of the Virgin Mary in the left transept has a carved oak...
Steam-train course in Poland, which instructs would-be drivers and gives them a chance to actually operate a train on its regular run.
This well-placed bar, bang on the Rynek, features mellow red chairs and banquettes, with a mezzanine area for observing the beautiful...
Some Polish restaurants are finally opening for breakfast, and this sleek eatery with exposed beams above concrete floors is a top...
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National Museum information
Extensive collection of Polish and European art displayed in numerous rooms. Polish painting of the last two centuries is represented by almost all the big names, including Jan Matejko, Stanisław Wyspiański and Jacek Malczewski. Look out for the distinctive work of Tadeusz Makowski, a 20th-century artist who created curious human figures from basic geometric shapes. An older, noteworthy curiosity is the museum’s collection of coffin portraits.