Krakus Mound

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Krakus Mound

According to the Medieval chronicler of Krakow, Jan Dlugosz, the Krakus Mound (Polish: Kopiec Krakusa) was erected to commemorate the legendary first ruler of Krakow – Krak. But nobody really knows the exact origins of the 16m (53 ft) tall mound which is the highest point of the city and provides incredible panoramic views of the Old Town, Kazimierz, Nowa Huta and Płaszów. It is also a great place for a family picnic and a rewarding detour from the usual touristy paths.


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Krakus Mound, Kraków, Poland
30-543 Krakow, Poland

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