St. Andrew’s, as most of Krakow’s Churchs, is a small, beautiful church with the highlight(in my opinion) being the silver pulpit in the shape of a boat ( St. Andrew was a fisherman).
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This is a tiny little church looks very plain on the outside, infact you might mistake it for a church but it is stunning inside. Well worth a visit.
Church Of St Andrews is a Catholic church that you pass if your walking the Royal Way that looks absolutely stunning. It's a rare surviving example of a fortress church that was built between 1079- 1098 and has some serious history attached to it. Built...More
Well worth a visit; beautiful inside as most of the churches are in Krakow. Need to avoid mass times when you should not visit.
Beautiful church along Royal Mile with its distinctive twin, white steeples. It was closed so didn't have chance to go inside.
This church is located in Old Town along the Royal Mile. Used by the Poor Clare nuns. Very old but beautiful interior
We visited many churches in the city but by far the most spectacular was the small Church of St Andrew, which we visited twice. On the first visit the internal gates were closed but we could hear the Poor Claire nuns praying behind the screens...More
It was thrilling to see for the first time the double towers with their arcade-like topmost windows. Its purpose as a defensive construct is revealed by the narrow slit windows on its facade. It wonderfully shows its vintage by the somewhat faded appearance of the...More