First off, I have to say that these photos in no way represent what the beautiful old city of Krakow really looks like. I like to give my pictures a gloomy look. You may also notice that I like to shoot straight in to the sun as well. Walking down Grodzka: Church of Bernardyna (I think): The park that totally surrounds the old city. It is actually a filled in moat: Some old building: The next few photos are of Kazimierz, an area of Krakow outside the old city. It was a Jewish ghetto during WW2 and featured quite a bit in the film Schindler`s List, and was the birthplace of Helena Rubinstein. Jewish symbology: Two pictures of the only remaining section of the wall built by the SS to keep the Jewish people in the ghetto. It was built from grave headstone shaped sections, possibly as a warning of the ultimate fate of the inhabitants: Cheers, Dave.