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New movies in Krakow playhouses. 

Note: Foreign movies are usually showed in their original language with the Polish subtitles (but dubbing happens). 
American:
Richard Linklater's "Where'd You Go, Bernadette" with Cate Blanchett, Emma Nelson, and Billy Crudup. David Leitch's "Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs & Shawn" with Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, and Idris Elba. Josh Cooley's "Toy Story 4". Woody Allen's "A Rainy Day in New York" with Timothee Chalarnet, Elle Fanning, and Selena.Gomez.
American-British: Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood" with Lionardi DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, and Margot Robbie.  
British/American: Ron Howard's "Pavarotti".
Canadian/American: Andre Ovredal's "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark" with Zoe Margaret Colietti and Michael Garza.
Italian: Paolo Virzi's "Notte magiche" with Mauro Lamantia, Giovanni Toscano, and Irene Vetera.
Polish: Szymon Jakubowskis "Na bank sie uda" with Marian Dziedziel, Adam Ferency, and Lech Dyblik.

 

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Krakow Events in August 2019.

/Further below please find Krakow's selected events in September 2019/

See Krakow others events in year 2019 and year 2020

 

This month's concerts of music, festivals, opera, ballet, spectacles, shows, and other events in Krakow. 

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Music in Old Cracow festival takes place August 15th through August 31st with daily concerts of classical music in Krakow's historic churches and other venues.

Folk Art Fair in Krakow goes on in Rynek Glowny central square from August 8th thru August 25th with stalls selling assorted village crafts and arts plus live performances of traditional folk music.

August 21st, Wednesday: Ukraine's Lviv Virtuosos Chamber Orchestra with conductor Serhey Burko and Hungary’s flutist Janos Balint play music by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Edward Elgar, Franz Xaver Mozart, and Ottorino Respighi in the Bazylika Najswietszego Serca Pana Jezusa church (the Jesuit monastery), 26 Kopernika street, at 7:30 pm.
Latin jazz jam takes place in Harris Piano Jazz Bar, 28 Rynek Glowny (Grand Square), at 9:30 pm (free admission).
August 22nd, Thursday: Poland’s duo of cellists Magdalena Bojanowicz and Bartosz Koziak play music by Jean Baptiste Barriere, Joseph Haydn, Jacques Offenbach, and David Popper in the Kosciol sw. Marcina church, 58 Grodzka street, at 7:30 pm.
Krakow’s Capella Cracoviensis orchestra performs J. Haydn’s symphony no. 34 in D minor, symphony no. 35 in B major, and symphony no. 36 in E sharp major plus W.A. Mozart’s bassoon concerto in B major KV191 with Spain’s bassoonist Javier Zafra in Laznia Nowa playhouse, 25 os. Szkolne, at 7 pm (admission 30 PLN).
Concert THE BEST OF SADE features Poland’s singer Magdalena Grzymkowska, saxophonist Bartek Prucnal, guitarist Lukasz Blecyr, keyboardist Michal Martyniuk, bassist Szymon Justynski, and drummer Jozek Rusinowski in Harris Piano Jazz Bar, 28 Rynek Glowny (Grand Square), at 9:30 pm (admission 35 PLN).
August 23rd, Friday: Poland’s soprano Joanna Radziszewska-Sojka, Germany’s alto Bettina Schaeffer, Hungary’s tenor Tamas Tarjanyi, and Poland’s bass Dawid Biwo plus Cornu Copiae baroque orchestra and Jugendkonzertchor Bonn choir render Georg Friedrich Handel’s Messiah oratorio in the Bazylika oo. Jezuitow church, 26 Kopernika street, at 7:30 pm (free admission).
Poland’s pianist Piotr Pawlak plays Chopin’s music in Aula Florianka concert hall, 15 Sereno Fenna street, at 7 pm (free admission).
Georgia’s Monastery of the Thirteen Syrian Fathers Choir sings the music of the Syriac Church in the Kosciol sw. Franciszka z Asyzu church (the Franciscan monastery), 5 Wszystkich Swietych square and Franciszkanska street, at 8:15 pm.
Brazil's Hammond Grooves jazz trio of organist Daniel Latorre, guitarist Filipe Galadri, and drummer Wagner Vasconcelos play in Harris Piano Jazz Bar, 28 Rynek Glowny (Grand Square), at 9:30 pm (admission 30 PLN).
Poland’s singer-songwriter WERONIKA BOINSKA performs in the Dworek Bialopradnicki culture center, 2 Papiernicza street, at 8 pm (free admission).
Open-air concert of dance music features Krakow’s Kmita Swing big band at Planty gardens opposite Kosciol Sw. Krzyza church from 7 pm to 9:30 pm (free admission).
August 24th, Saturday:
Poland’s young pianists play Chopin’s music in Aula Florianka concert hall, 15 Sereno Fenna street, at 7 pm (free admission).
Poland’s flutist Sandra Siudak and violinist Magdalena Turek play music by Georg Philipp Telemann, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Claude Debussy, Eugene Bozza, Sigfrid Karg-Elert, Johann Sebastian Bach, Grazyna Bacewicz, Niccolo Paganini, and Eugene Ysaye in the Kosciol ss. Norbertanek church, 88 Kosciuszki street, at 8 pm.
Poland’s violinist Aleksandra Kuls, cellist Bartosz Koziak, and pianist Marcin Koziak play music by Claude Debussy, Maurice Ravel, and Karol Szymanowski in the Wawel Royal Castle’s Dziedziniec Batorego courtyard next to the cathedra at 7:30 pm (admission 60 PLN).
Keith Thompson Band of the UK’s singer-guitarist Keith Thompson plus Poland’s bassist Jacek Chruscinski and drummer Artur Malik perform blues rock in Harris Piano Jazz Bar, 28 Rynek Glowny (Grand Square), at 9.30 pm (admission 30 PLN).
August 25th, Sunday: Krakow’s quartet of flutists Magdalena Di Blasi, Maria Grominska, Joanna Tabaczek-Socha, and Agnieszka Pietrzyk play music by J.S. Bach, C. Debussy, H. Purcell, Camille Saint-Saens, G.F. Handel, J. Dowland, and L. Gianella in Kosciol sw. Jozefa church, 2 Zamoyskiego street, at 4 pm (free admission).
Poland’s pianist Mateusz Zubik gives a recital in Aula Florianka concert hall, 15 Sereno Fenna street, at 7 pm (free admission).
Poland‘s organist Tomasz Soczek and Finesis Trio render Nicolaus Bruhns’s Praeludium in e, Johann Sebastian Bach’s Concerto in A minor BWV 593, Joseph Haydn’s Flotenuhrstücke no. 2 in C major, no. 3 in C major, no. 13 in F major, and no. 30 in G major, Georg Friedrich Handel’s Spanish Cantata No se emendera jamas HWV 140 for soprano, guitar, and harpsichord, Jose Bragato’s Ave Maria Andina for soprano, guitar, and harpsichord, Giovanni Stefani’s Vuestra belleza, senora, Anonimo’s Todo eres contradicciones, Sebastian Duron’s Abril floreciente, Gabriel Bataille’s El baxel esta en la playa, Marco Enrico Bossi’s Piece heroique op. 128, Jehan Alain’s Variations sur un theme de Clement Jannequin, and Louis Vierne’s Toccata in B minor op. 53 no. 6 in Tyniec Abbey, 37 Benedyktynska street, at 4 pm (admission 30 PLN).
Poland's Royal Rorantists choir and organist Michal Bialko perform early sacred music in Kosciol sw. Barbary church (next to Basilica of Saint Mary), Plac Mariacki square at 7:30 pm.
Krakow’s LLLeggiero Woodwind Trio of oboist Maksymilian Lipien, clarinetist Piotr Lato, and bassoonist Damian Lipien play classical music by Wojciech Widlak, Maciej Zimka, and others in Kosciol sw. Katarzyny church, 7 Augustianska street and Skaleczna street, at 7 pm (free admission).
Jazz concert features Poland’s Gurgul Band in Harris Piano Jazz Bar, 28 Rynek Glowny (Grand Square), at 9:30 pm (admission 25 PLN).
Open-air concert features Krakow’s pop singer Urszula Makosz and her band performing traditional Jewish songs in Yiddish, Hebrew, and Ladino next to the Dworek Bialopradnicki culture center, 2 Papiernicza street, at 7 pm (free admission).
Open-air concert features Krakow’s singer Francois Martineau singing French songs at Planty gardens opposite Kosciol Sw. Krzyza church at 3 pm (free admission),.
Open-air concert features Krakow’s singer-songwriter Leszek Wojtowicz next to in Nowohuckie Centrum Kultury culture centre, 232 al. Jana Pawla II, at 6 pm (free admission).
Harvest festival starts in Blonia common next to Focha street at 1 pm followed by alfresco concert featuring Megitza pop act at 4:30 pm (free admission).
August 26th, Monday: France’s harpsichordist Pierre Hantai plays music by William Byrd and Johann Sebastian Bach in the Kosciol sw. Marcina church, 58 Grodzka street, at 7:30 pm.
Concert of classical music features Poland’s young artists in Aula Florianka concert hall, 15 Sereno Fenna street, at 7 pm (free admission).
Funk jam session takes place in Harris Piano Jazz Bar, 28 Rynek Glowny (Grand Square), at 9:30 pm (free admission).
August 27th, Tuesday: Concert The Music of New Spain features Poland’s Festival Orchestra and Collegium Zielenski ensemble performing music by Ignacio de Jerusalem and other early Mexican composers in Kosciol sw. Bernardyna church, 2 Bernardynska street, at 8 pm.
Concert of classical music features Poland’s young artists in Aula Florianka concert hall, 15 Sereno Fenna street, at 7 pm (free admission).
August 28th, Wednesday: Poland’s Camerata Polonia chamber orchestra and soprano Alina Mazur perform music by Carl Stamitz, Alessandro Scarlatti, Giovanni Paisiello, Giulio Caccini, Giuseppe Giordani, Antonio Caldara, Francesco Durante, Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Christoph Willibald Gluck, and Stanislaw Moryto in Kosciol sw. sw. Piotra i Pawla church, 52 Grodzka street, at 7:30 pm.
Concert of classical music features Poland’s young artists in Aula Florianka concert hall, 15 Sereno Fenna street, at 7 pm (free admission).
August 29th, Thursday: Concert Trade Winds features California’s Chanticleer male choir singing music by Gesualdo, Monteverdi, Grieg, Parry, and others in Tempel Synagogue, 24 Miodowa street, at 7:30 pm.
Concert of classical music features Poland’s tenor Zdzislaw Madej, pianists Andrzej Pikul and Olha Tsymbaluk plus young artists in Aula Florianka concert hall, 15 Sereno Fenna street, at 7 pm (free admission).
August 30th, Friday: Concert Faith of our Fathers features California’s Chanticleer male choir singing sacred music in the Kosciol sw. Franciszka z Asyzu church (the Franciscan monastery), 5 Wszystkich Swietych square and Franciszkanska street, at 8:15 pm.
Poland’s tenor Aleksander Kunach, Chor Polskiego Radia choir, and {oh!} Orkiestra Historyczna orchestra with conductor Morten Schuldt-Jensen perform Stanislaw Moniuszko’s Crimean Sonnets cantata to in Nowohuckie Centrum Kultury culture centre, 232 al. Jana Pawla II, at 7 pm (admission 40 PLN).
Concert of classical music features Poland’s young artists in Aula Florianka concert hall, 15 Sereno Fenna street, at 7 pm (free admission).
Japan’s band, Minami Deutsch, and Poland’s Pyl perform psychedelic rock in Alchemia club, 5 Estery street, at 8 pm (admission 35 PLN).
Open-air concert of dance music features Krakow’s Sempre band at Planty gardens opposite Kosciol Sw. Krzyza church from 7 pm to 9:30 pm (free admission).
August 31st, Saturday: UK’s cellist Steven Isserlis and Krakow’s Sinfonietta Cracovia chamber orchestra play music by Luigi Boccherini, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Joseph Haydn in Kosciol sw. Katarzyny church, 7 Augustianska street and Skaleczna street, at 7:30 pm.
Poland’s soprano Katarzyna Oles-Blacha, mezzo-soprano Wanda Franek, tenor Tomasz Kuk, and bass Przemyslaw Firek plus CORda Cracovia orchestra perform Stanislaw Moniuszko’s Conte d’hiver, Halka opera overture, opera arias and duets, the highlander dances from Halka opera, and Mazur from Halka opera in the courtyard of the Wawel Royal Castle at 7 pm (admission 60 PLN).
Open-air concert of operetta music features Krakow's opera singers in Aleja Roz square at 7 pm.

September 2019 entertainment events in Krakow.

September 1st, Sunday: Portugal’s baritone Andre Baleiro and pianist David Santos perform German and French songs of the Romanticism in Laznia Nowa playhouse, 25 os. Szkolne, at 4 pm (free admission).
Krakow’s Cracow Duo of cellist Jan Kalinowski and pianist Marek Szlezer play classical music by  Ludomir Rogowski, Marcel Chyrzynski, and other composers in Kosciol sw. Katarzyny church, 7 Augustianska street and Skaleczna street, at 7 pm (free admission).
Open-air concert features Krakow’s folk singer Joanna Slowinska with her band at Planty gardens opposite Kosciol Sw. Krzyza church at 3 pm (free admission).
September 4th, Wednesday:
Poland’s pianist Bartosz Watroba plays F. Poulenc’s Villageoises, B. Martinu’s Columbine Dances, and C. Debussy’s Arabesque no. 1 followed by MK3 trio of violinist Zofia Guzik, cellist Mikolaj Adamczak, and p[ianist Martyna Wlodarczyk rendering L. van Beethoven’s piano trio in C minor op.1 no. 3, C. Debussy’s piano trio in G major, and G. Cassado’s piano trio in C major, followed by Hungary’s harpis Fanni Nizalowski playing Durand’s Valse, J. de la Presle’s Le jardin mouille, and G. Tailleferre’s Sonata for Harp in the Hungarian consulate, 17 Lubicz street, at 7 pm (free admission).
September 5th, Thursday:
Krakow’s Musica Graziosa duo of soprano and violinist Gabriela Opacka and harpsichordist Bogumila Gizbert-Studnicka perform J.S. Bach‘s Ciaccona from partita in D minor BWV 1004, L. Marchand‘s Prelude from suite in D minor, G. Caccini’s Amarilli mia bella and Tu ch‘hai le penne, amore, G.F. Handel’s Lascia ch‘io pianga, W.A. Mozart‘s Deh vieni, non tardarand  Ma d‘un altro amore KV 111, J.S. Bach‘s Sonata no. 1 in H minor BWV 1014, and J. Brahms‘s An die Nachtigall op. 46 no. 4 in the Museum of Krakow’s Krzysztofory palace, 35 Rynek Glowny central square, at 4:30 pm (free admission).
September 6th, Friday:
Krakow’s Giuliani duo of guitarist Julia Zarnowska and harpsichordist Bogumila Gizbert-Studnicka play A. Vivaldi’s concerto for guitar and harpsichord in D major RV 93, F. Schubert’s Lob der Thranen, A. Vivaldi’s concerto in A major for guitar and harpsichord, S. Moniuszko’s ZLota Rybka, L. van Beethoven’s Sonata in D major op. 6 for guitar and harpsichord , and L. Boccherini’s Introduction et Fandango in the Museum of Krakow’s Krzysztofory palace, 35 Rynek Glowny central square, at 4:30 pm (free admission).
September 7th, Saturday:
Krakow’s Mozarteum trio of sopranos Alicja Wojnowska and Joanna Wojnowska plus harpsichordist Bogumila Gizbert-Studnicka perform  H. Purcell’s We the Spirit of the Air from The Fairy Queen opera, L. Vinci’s Si bella mercede from Ermelinda opera, A. Vivaldi’s Matrona inimica and Laudamus te, G.F. Handel’s Come Ever-Smiling Liberty from Judas Maccabaeus oratorio and Torna mi a vagheggiar from Alcina opera, C. Balbastre’s La Castelmore, W.A. Mozart’s Non so piu from The Marriage of Figaro opera and In uomini, in soldati from Cosi fan tutte opera, and A. Vivaldi’s Dimmi Pastore from La fida ninfa opera in the Museum of Krakow’s Krzysztofory palace, 35 Rynek Glowny central square, at 4:30 pm (free admission).
September 8th, Sunday:
Croatia’s violist Dagmar Korbar and Poland’s piuanist Maciej Kielpinski play J.S. Bach’s violin sonata in A minor no. 2 BWV 1003 (transcription in D minor), R. Matz’s Elegija, I.F. Dobrzynski’s Nokturne op. 88 no. 5 and Les Larmes op. 41, and G. Enescu’s Konzertstuck for viola op. 12 in the Croatian consulate, 36 ks. Popieluszki street, at 7 pm (free admission).
September 12th, Thursday: Krakow’s Capella Cracoviensis orchestra with the UK’s conductor and harpsichordist Jonathan Cohen perform J. Haydn’s symphony no. 37 in C major,  symphony no. 38 in C major, and symphony no. 39 in G minor plus A. Corelli’s concerto grosso op. 6 no. 3 in C minor and concerto grosso op. 6 no. 6 in F major in Kosciol sw. Katarzyny church, 7 Augustianska street and Skaleczna street, at 8 pm (admission 30 PLN).
September 14th, Saturday:
Concert of operatic music takes place in Opera House, 48 Lubicz street, at 6:30 pm (admission 100 PLN).
September 20th, Friday: Canada’s pop jazz singer Michael Buble performs in Tauron Arena Krakow, Lema street.
September 27th, Friday: Australia’s pianist Anthony Pateras, clarinetist Lucio Capece, saxophonist Gerard Lebik, bassist Mike Majkowski, percussionist Riccardo La Foresta, cellist Lucy Railton, and violinist Lizzy Welsh perform Natasha Anderson’s nor girdling gnaw (2019) and Anthony Pateras’s Pseudacusis (2019) in the Malopolski Ogrod Sztuki culture centre, 12 Rajska street, at 7 pm (admission 50 PLN).
UK’s cellist Anton Lukoszevieze plus Poland’s Wolfram and Zespol Wokalny Geba vocal ensemble perform Zbigniew Karkowski’s Nerve Cell_0 for cello and electronic instruments (2012) and Encumbrance for vocal ensemble and electronic instruments (2009) in Cricoteka museum, 2 Nadwislanska street, at 9:30 pm (free admission).
September 28th, Saturday: Austria’s musician Angelica Castello and Poland’s Kwadrofonik quartet perform Angelica Castello’s Bodies of Noise for two pianos, two percussion sets, cassette players, radios and electronic instruments (2019) and Patrick Higginsąs new piece for for two pianos and two percussion sets (2019) in the Malopolski Ogrod Sztuki culture centre, 12 Rajska street, at 6 pm (admission 50 PLN).
UK’s Apartment House ensemble performs Egidija Medeksait’s Oscillum for cello and electronic instruments (2008), Rytis Mazulis’s Canon Super Slendro for strin quartet (2009), Antanas Rekasius’s Fluorescences for cello and synthesizer (1981), Julius Aglinskas’s … for string quartet (2016), Jurgis Maciunas’s Homage to Philip Corner for cello and piano (1962), Zbigniew Karkowski’s Field for quartet and tape (2006) in Cricoteka museum, 2 Nadwislanska street, at 9 pm (admission 50 PLN).
Krakow Opera Company produces Vincenzo Bellini's 'Norma' in Opera House, 48 Lubicz street, at 6:30 pm (admission 100 PLN).
September 29th, Sunday: USA’s guitarist Patrick Higgins performs his Dossier musical creation for electric guitar, electronic instruments, and video in Cricoteka museum, 2 Nadwislanska street, at 5 pm (admission 50 PLN).
Concert Holy Presence features UK’s cellist Anton Lukoszevieze and Sweden’s vocalist Sofia Jernberg plus Poland’s cellists Julia Kotarba, Aleksandra Lignar, Martyna Soltys, Lukasz Laxy, Piotr Gach, Mateusz Manka, Michał Gorka, Alicja Gach, and Jakub Gucik performing Rytis Mazulis’s De Plus en Plus for nine cellos (2017), Juste Janulyte’s Psalms_cellos for four cellos (2008), Julius Eastman’s Prelude to the Holy Presence of Joan d’Arc for solo voice (1981) and Holy Presence of Joan d’Arc for ten cellos (1981) in the Malopolski Ogrod Sztuki culture centre, 12 Rajska street, at 7 pm (admission 50 PLN).
Krakow Opera Company produces Vincenzo Bellini's 'Norma' in Opera House, 48 Lubicz street, at 6:30 pm (admission 100 PLN).
September 30th, Monday: Concert Inward Music features Works & Days Ensemble performing Gaile Griciute’s new piece for three instruments (2019) and Arturas Bumsteinas’s Inward Music (2019) in Cricoteka museum, 2 Nadwislanska street, at 7 pm (admission 50 PLN).
Concert Exploratory features the UK’s Arditti Quartet playing Phill Niblock’s Exploratory, Rhine version “Looking for Daniel”  (2019), Tanya Tagaq’s Sivunittinni for string quartet (2016), Lucia Dlugoszewski’s Disparate Stairway Radical Other for string quartet (1995), and liane Radigue’s Occam Delta XV for string quartet (2017) in the Malopolski Ogrod Sztuki culture centre, 12 Rajska street, at 9:30 pm (admission 50 PLN).

Events in Krakow in October 2019 and beyond

Some Worthwhile Temporary Exhibitions in Krakow

The Power of Nature. Henry Moore in Poland.

 The National Museum in Krakow shows Henry Moore’s sculptures at its four branches features: his monumental works in the open air as well as smaller ones indoors. They are exhibited in the Main Building (Gmach Glowny) at 1, 3 Maja street, Europeum at Plac Sikorskiego square, the Szolayski House at Plac Szczepanski square, and The Czapski Museum at 12 Pilsudskiego street. Henry Moore is often referred to as “arguably the greatest sculptor of the 20th century” and till the end of June one may see his works free of charge in Krakow, yet the scattered exhibition requires a good amount of walking.
Krakow National Museum's various branches till June 30th, 2019.


Krakow Festivals
Krakow Lajkonik parade
Hardly a month passes in Krakow without some time-honored occasion for common festivities or colorful ceremony. Krakow residents have their own unique way of celebrating
Christmas, carnival, Easter etc. The city is also famous in Poland for its many spectacular festivals unknown elsewhere, such as the wild Lajkonik parade (see the picture above). 
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Krakow's music 
The city resounds with music of every kind. Its lively club scene is divided between hip-hop, house, funky, techno, traditional rock and still more traditional jazz. And demanding audience may choose among frequent concerts and recitals of classical music. 
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Krakow Theater
Krakow features prominently on the theater map of Europe. Its legendary National Stary Theater counts among the continent’s best companies of players. As the rest of the city's repertory theaters it runs several playhouses of varied capacity. 
 
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Krakow Nightlife 
There is no shortage of places to drink, eat, and stay merry late into the night in Krakow. 
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Sport in Krakow 
You can see the best soccer in the country. Or try paragliding instead.  
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Krakow's Regular Culture Events
There are over fifty culture festivals in Krakow every single year. Some of them have been held for decades, some are relatively fresh calendar entries. Among the most prestigious such events count the
Music in Old Krakow’ International Festival, the International Biennial of Architecture, the International Graphic Art Triennial, and the Krakow Film Festival. 
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Leonardo da Vinci's Lady with an Ermine
Museums in Krakow
Krakow boasts the best collections in Poland, and some of its treasures are the envy of every museum in the world. 

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Opera in Krakow 
The new Krakow Opera House, seat of the Krakow Opera Company, boasts three auditoriums, being the city's most popular venue for opera, operetta, and ballet shows. 
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Krakow Folk Traditions
Krakow region has always been rich in colorful folk traditions, handed down from generation to generation, with almost every village cultivating its own set of time-honored customs. Nowadays, as new lifestyles spread, some ancient practices are dead but many flourish. 
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