Photographer's Note

This is definitely my favourite church this winter :-))) I've taken several photos in a different time of days and nights. I think here the sky is absolutely marvelous :-) Hardly and PP effects here... little correction of contrast, sharpnes, light and tilt. The sky is so beautyful thanks to the stron wind, gazing small clouds and long time of exposure.

St. Andrew's Church is the best example of the romanesque style in Cracow. This church was founded in the 11th century by Sieciech, palatine of duke Wladyslaw Herman. The fortifying character of the church is visible, especially in the lower part of the building, where walls are incredible thick and there is hardly any windows. Two beautyful slim Romanesque towers are covered with Baroque helmets. The interior is mostly Baroque.

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