The Cracow Gate is an architectural symbol of Lublin. It was built in the fourteenth century in the Gothic style as part of the fortifications. In the eighteenth century it has been extended in Baroque style.
It is located on the edge of the Old Town.
The interiors of the gate there is the five-floor Museum of History of Lublin, showing the history of the city from the sixth century until the end of World War II. Among the exhibits you can see: sets found by archaeologists during excavations, bell clock dating from 1585, renaissance tiles, Tribunal Cross from the seventeenth century, murals, the symbolic keys to the city and many others.
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