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Grand Square

Krakow's central square, the largest of medieval European cities, is arguably one of the world’s most beautiful plazas. It boasts a plethora of landmarks and myriad restaurants, clubs, and cafes.
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Krakow Arena

Thanks to its maximum seating capacity of 18,000 or so, the Krakow Arena easily surpasses in size any other indoor stadium in Poland and ranks among Europe’s largest venues of this type. It also beats other domes on such counts as novelty or versatility.

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ICE Krakow congress and entertainment center

ICE stands for International Conferencing and Entertainment. Its main Auditorium Hall can seat 2,000 people. The seating capacity of two other, smaller halls is 600 (Theater) and 300 (Chamber Hall) respectively. Plus there is so called Conference Hall Complex of 11 rooms seating 35 people each.

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Sanctuary of Divine Mercy 
Krakow's modern Sanctuary of Divine Mercy in Lagiewniki district has become one of the world's top destinations for the Catholic pilgrims. 
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International Culture Center
Krakow's International Culture Center was founded in 1990 to facilitate the intercourse between peoples of different cultures. Its main field of interest is the cultural heritage of the Central Europe. The center engages in a wide range of activities: from research to education to art presentation to information services. 
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The Manggha Center of Japanese Art and Technology
Krakow’s outpost of the Japanese creativity and ingenuity is the biggest such institution in the whole Central and Eastern Europe. The Center’s wave-shaped building on the bank of the Vistula river just opposite the
Wawel Hill houses the Japanese treasures amassed by a wealthy Polish connoisseur, Feliks “Manggha” Jasienski, by the end of the 19th c. The Manggha Center organizes various temporary exhibitions, concerts, presentations, etc., pertaining mostly but not exclusively to Japan’s national heritage or its present-day achievements. 
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Bunker of Arts
A modern exhibition hall of gray concrete amid ancient landmarks of Krakow’s historic Old Town district, has been dubbed “the bunker” before long. The contemptuous label was embraced by its managers who turned their ‘Bunker of Arts - The Contemporary Art Gallery’ into a stronghold of the avant-garde. 
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Krakow Opera House 
The complex of the Opera House in Krakow, built in 2008, contains three theaters, foyer that doubles as an exhibition and/or lecture hall, box offices, and a restaurant. It's the city's main venue for opera, operetta, and ballet shows. 
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Conference Facilities in Krakow
The city’s rich cultural and social milieu, beauty of its central historical district, accessibility, good hotels, vibrant club scene, and profusion of restaurants and cafes makes Krakow superb location for congresses and conferences. 

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