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Photographs of Krakow, Poland

October, 1999

Photography by Michael M. Miller


Traditional Polish Catholic Church architecture in Krakow displays baroque-style spires.
Gothic fretwork and turrets adorning an altar retable in a Krakow cathedral is similar to altar stylization used by ethnic Germans in West Prussia and East Prussia during the 19th Century.
The Krakow outdoor flower market greets festive participants for the Third International Ethnic Film Festival.
Festive folk costume of violinist musician brightens market square.
Festive folk costume delights the eye, while organ accordion music produces graceful tunes.
Gilded baroque fantasy surrounds angel musicians which embellish an ornate pipe organ case above a balcony.
Traditional musicians and singers, wearing Polish folk costumes, enliven festivity at the outdoor market in Krakow.
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