Cloth Hall

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Cloth Hall

The Cloth Hall (Polish: Sukiennice) is located in the main market square of Krakow’s Old Town and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1978. The Cloth Hall dates to the Renaissance period when it used to be a center for international trade in Krakow. So essentially, you can call it the world’s oldest shopping mall. Today, it is the best place to buy gifts and souvenirs in Krakow including amber jewelry, lacework, cloth handicrafts, wood carvings, sheepskin rugs, trinkets and wooden toys. The Cloth Hall consists of two floors: on the ground floor you will find the arcades and shops while on the upper floor you can visit the Krakow National Museum with an amazing collection of Polish art from the 19th century and the giant paintings by Jan Matejko. From the Cloth Hall you can also enter the Rynek Underground museum.


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Rynek Główny 3, Kraków, Poland
33-332 Krakow, Poland

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