Krakow Christmas Market

Stall selling food at the Christmas Market on the main square in Krakow, Poland (7 December 2013).
Krakow Christmas Market, Poland. Travel photography by Rudolf Abraham. © All rights reserved PLkra_0340
Krakow’s old city centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and its huge main square (Rynek Glowny) is the largest medieval town square in Europe, measuring some 200m x 200m, its centre dominated by Europe’s oldest commercial cloth hall. The vibrant Christmas Market which fills one half of the square – from food stalls crackling with grilled meat and sausages and great steaming pots of cabbage, to stalls selling traditional Polish ceramics, gingerbread, brightly coloured sweets, and enormous wooden barrels dispensing mulled wine – runs from the end of November until 6 January.
Krakow Christmas Market, Poland. Travel photography by Rudolf Abraham. © All rights reserved PLkra_0335 Krakow Christmas Market, Poland. Travel photography by Rudolf Abraham. © All rights reserved PLkra_0428
Krakow Christmas Market, Poland. Travel photography by Rudolf Abraham. © All rights reserved PLkra_0365 Krakow Christmas Market, Poland. Travel photography by Rudolf Abraham. © All rights reserved PLkra_0369
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Photos copyright © Rudolf Abraham. All rights reserved. Images may not be copied, stored, distributed or published in any form without prior written permission from Rudolf Abraham.
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For more information on Krakow visit the website of the Polish National Tourist Office in London www.poland.travel.

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  1. A lot of good things there! 🙂

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