The Main Square, The Cloth Hall (Sukiennice), St Mary's Church, The Dominican Church, St Andrew's Church, The Jagiellonian University, Collegium Maius, St, Anne's Church
Wawel Hill, the seat of secular and spiritual officials since the early middle ages. The 10th century foundations were later replaced by a stone castle and church in the form of a rotunda.
Before WWII, Krakow was the 4th largest Jewish settlement in Poland. 65 000 Krakow Jews made up 25% of the town's residents.
Nowa-Huta - an enormous industrial complex and steelworks, a symbol of industrial Poland and resistance to communist rule.