Market Square

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Time and space gush through old town’s veins and swirl ‘round Rynok ploscha: a cobbled whirlpool of colour and sound. With its stunning palaces, fountains, statues, crowds, cafés and pack of lethargic stray dogs Rynok Square is the heart of this magnificent city. Throughout the Middle Ages stone weights and balances clanked with each sale, livestock pleaded and villains writhed in pain at the punishment stake. Amazingly, within this relatively small area there are 45 protected architectural monuments. Each structure has its own captivating history, but the oldest and most commonly wowed-about are Chorna Kamianytsa (Black Stone House) and Kornjakt Palace (also called King Jan III Sobieski Palace). Regardless the era, the government has always kept a keen eye on the square. The imposing structure in the middle is City Hall


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