One of several signs posted around the perimeter of the former concentration camp in Kraków - beyond which visitors will find little more than fields, trenches, weeds, graves, and several memorials and infomarkers. More info: iyp.me/73759f
Recently uncovered and partially restored elements from the Roman city of Serdika, lie below the dramatic neo-classical buildings of the Largo, from the socialist era. The glazed dome not only provide protection from the elements, but bridges over 1000 years of history.
The ruins of a Jewish funeral parlor, blown up by the Nazis at the end of World War II, with the infamous 'Grey House' - a prison and torture chamber used by Nazi SS officers during WWII, in the background. These are two sights on the territory of KL Płaszów - the former concentration camp in Kraków, Poland. More info: iyp.me/73759f
View of the memorial to the first victims of WWII in Krakow, with the Grey House - a prison and torture house used by the Nazi SS officers, in the background. Learn more about Kraków's concentration camp: iyp.me/73759f
This large-scale mural by Olaf Cirut was executed in the summer of 2016 within the framework of the first Open Eyes Economy Summit in Kraków - an international congress whose programme revolves around urban design. The striking image seems to depict some kind of urban calamity (an explosion? terrorist attack? natural disaster?) and ask local residents if...