Live stream views of Rynek Główny, the main market square in the centre of Krakow, Poland. Dating back to the 13th century and with approximately 40.000 m2, this is one of the oldest and largest medieval squares in Europe. With the Cloth Hall at its centre, this square is surrounded by numerous historical buildings, as the Town Hall Tower, and churches, namely the Church of St. Adalbert and St. Mary's Basilica.
Krakow (also written as Cracow), in Lesser Poland, is the country's second largest city, with approximately 760,000 people residing in the city area and around 8 million additional inhabitants living within a 100 km radius of this square. It is also one of the oldest cities in the country, dating back to the 7th century. Located in the southern region, on the banks of the Vistula River, it is one of the main national economic hubs and is also considered the Polish capital of culture. The Historic Centre of Krakow was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978. The city defensive walls, the Wawel Castle, the Wieliczka salt mine, the Czartoryski Museum and Collegium Maius are a few special places to visit. In addition, due to its proximity to the Auschwitz concentration camp, this city is very popular among tourists, who also visit Oskar Schindler's Factory and the Old Synagogue.