Krakow: Center for European Culture - Paintings Exhibition1 Reviews
See the fine arts exhibition in the newly-renovated granary building of the National Museum in Kraków.
- Admire the works of Rembrandt, Paolo Veneziano, and Lorenzo Lotto
- Witness a vast collection of sculptures and paintings
- Take a break from the market square rush
DescriptionEnter the freshly-renovated building, formerly a granary, which hosts over 100 beautiful paintings and sculptures from all over Europe. This collection has been gathered since the founding of the Museum in 1879, mainly as gifts, and originally was focused mainly on Polish works of art. Don't miss the most precious piece of art in the collection — Rembrandt's masterpiece from 1638, 'Landscape with the Good Samaritan' one of the few known and preserved oil landscapes painted by Rembrandt van Rijn himself. It's one the most valuable works of European art in Polish collections.
IncludesEntry ticket Guided tour
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