Cracow University of Technology 24 Warszawska Str., 31-155 Cracow, Poland
Coming to Cracow it will also be an excellent opportunity to discover the beauty and variety of the environment and the culture of Central Europe.
Cracow is one of the oldest cities in Poland, with evidence showing settlements there since 20,000BC. Legend has it that it was built on the cave of a dragon whom the mythical King Krak had slain. However, the first official mention of the name was in 966 by a Jewish merchant from Spain, who described it as an important centre of trade in Slavonic Europe.
Cracow, it's Poland's second largest city and covers both banks of the Vistula river. At the foot of the Carpathian Mountains, the metropolitan area has more than 1.4 million inhabitants if you include the surrounding communities.
Cracow's historic centre, covering the Old Town and Wawel was entered on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites in 1978.
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