St. Florian's Basilica

  ul. Warszawska 1B ,   Old Town          (+48) 12 422 48 42     more than a year ago
Located at the top of Plac Matejki, St. Florian's might be a basilica, but it's also fairly dull (by Kraków standards, at least). Dating back to the 12th or early 13th century and consecrated by Kraków bishop and historian Wincenty Kadłubek, the church is said to have been built on the spot where oxen transporting the relics of St. Florian - a 3rd-century Christian martyr who had just been deemed the patron saint of Poland - stopped and refused to budge.


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