.snaps. A Church in every corner in Krakow

.snaps. is a series focused on revisiting places that I had previously visited. Here, I will only snap and post pictures without any texts of places that I have previously described. In these pictures I try to capture the soul and activity of a place in snapshots. Today I walk into the churches in Krakow, in the heart of the highly religious Poland, where there is a church on every corner.

A grotto under the city walls, of the Black Madonna

 

St Mary’s Basilica in the Old Town

 

St Joseph’s Church at the edge of Podgórze 

 

The Royal Cathedral on Wawel Hill

 

The Chapel of St Kinga, deep underground in the Wieliczka Salt Mine

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