Murals conquer Kraków!
Day by day on walls, stores, blocks there are more and more expressive pictures. They occur especially in districts and neighborhoods that are associated with the gray, communist past. These paintings accustom a space anew, add color, and sometimes tell stories…
Take a look! 😉
Podgórze, Tatrzańska street. On each step there is a different sentence.
Maybe you will find your favourite...
Krupnicza 26 street, a side wall of the Józef Mehoffer's house
Jaremy 15 street, Mural which is dedicated to tMaria Jarema, one of the Polish painters and sculptors.
One the wall of Galeria Krakowska there is a mural called „Lem's Krakow apartment”
Lem was a Polish writer of science fiction.
In Azory there you can find a mural which is dedicated to the Cursed Soldiers, who
were related to the anti-communist and partisan movement.
A bit more about Poland, its history on Powstańców Śląskich street.
Friendly cats you can meet on Św. Józefa street,
And on Zwierzyniecka street you will meet smiling robots.
So nice when surrounding areas are colorful. Rondo Mogilskie.
In the famous Kazimierz district, many murals refer to some Jewish traditions:
And at the end what would you tell about time travel? Have a good trip! ;)