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Kraków or Krakow is the second largest city in Poland which is famous for its art, culture and renaissance structures. The origin of the town dates back to the 7th century, and it is one of the oldest cities in the country. The city is home to magnificent architectural wonders. The Bishop’s Palace, which once served as the residence of Cardinal Wojtyla, is now the Archdiocesan Museum. The museum boasts of a vast collection of art ranging from Gothic sculptures to paintings of the 17th and 18th centuries. The Auschwitz Concentration Camp is reminiscent of the notorious torture inflicted on the Jews during the World War. The Church of St. Andrew depicts the Romanesque architectural style. This large structure is constructed with large blocks of stone and has two lofty octagonal towers that overlook the main structure of the church. Apart from historical monuments, the city of Krakow offers several other modes of tourist entertainment such as theaters, restaurants, bars, clubs, cabarets, and cafes. One can enjoy an affordable Polish cuisine that too in generous amount at Bar mleczny, which is a kind of Polish restaurant that offers cheap meals. Poles are known to have heavy and rich breakfast, heavy dinner at 3-4 PM and a light supper around 7-8 PM.