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Kanonicza, Krakow

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At , look for the two adjacent houses where John Paul II lived prior to becoming a pope. One of them, the chapter house, was turned into a museum that displays 13th-century paintings and other church art, as well as the pope's former room. The street used to be the final part of the royal road, the city's ceremonial route leading from the main city gate through the grand square to the royal castle. Most of the houses date from the 14th and 15th centuries, although they were Kanonicza is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Krakow Edition.
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  • This street is a mandatory passage to who is in the Church of St. Peter and Paul and goes to the Castle and vice versa. The street has a good Italian restaurant, the House where lived the Pope John Paul II (when he was Archbishop of the city) and a Museum of the Archdiocese
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  • The Ulica Kanonicza, Kanonicza Street, is one of the old and important streets of Krakow. Don't miss to walk along. 
  • A small street and right next to the Castle taken almost all for pedestrians, are two important museums. Their homes are as graceful as the rest of the old centre.
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