Cloth Hall - Krakow

Krakow, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland

About Cloth Hall - Krakow

Cloth Hall or Sukiennice is a medieval market building in Krakow, Poland. Originally opened in the fourteenth century, Cloth Hall was given a Renaissance refurbishment in the sixteenth century.The arcades which can be seen at Cloth Hall today were added in the nineteenth century.

The ground floor of Cloth Hall still operates as a market today while the Małopolska Contemporary Art Gallery and Nineteenth Century Polish Art Gallery reside on it upper floors.

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