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The original webcam Krakow, set in the old part of the city so that the lens gets several beautiful Catholic churches, as well as part of the street Gradskaya. In the foreground – The Church of Saints Peter and Paul, which was built in the late 16th century in the style of Roman Baroque (the first time in Krakow). Before the church of the small can be seen on the patio area and a decorative wrought-iron fence decorated with 12 large statues of apostles, mounted on pedestals. Today, the temple belongs to the famous Jagiellonian University. The temple features a luxurious front facade (which is now underway, some restoration work) and only a modest interior decoration.
A little further on in the frame can be seen one more beautiful church, built of white stone and brick. This is the church of St. Andrew, which is one of the oldest in Krakow, since it was built back in the 11th century and then rebuilt a little bit in the 13th century. By the way, according to the chronicles, the church with two baroque domes was the only survivor after the invasion of the city of the Mongols in the 13th century. Since the historical part of Krakow’s churches are found almost everywhere, with the help of the web camera, you can see the outlines of the towers and crosses against the backdrop of lower buildings of the old town.
Webcam Krakow with views of the Catholic churches started automatically after the page loads, but the broadcast may stop after a few minutes. For restart play you can reload the page, or you can either click on the “Play” button in the middle of the playback window (white triangle). Broadcast live video from the webcam Krakow provides WebCamera.pl. Have fun and relaxation in a such beautiful and interesting Polish city like Krakow.