Bosak BuildingCurrently Open
- Address: Plac Bawół 3 33-332 Kraków Poland, Krakow
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:10 Mins
- Tags: Family And Kids
Bosak Building - Review
Marek Bosak was one of the 1000+ Jews saved by Oskar Schindler. This was her original family home, where they had lived for four centuries before being forcibly removed. The art collective Broken Fingaz, with the permission of the family, painted a vivid black and white mural on the brick facade of the building. Today it's an important part of the street art heritage of Krakow, and an important representation of the city’s youth culture. It is also the only thing that livens the look of the building up; the structure has a very dilapidated appearance. There's not much more to do here than to take pictures. You cannot go visit the inside of the building itself.
How To reach Bosak Building by Public Transport
- Walk or cycle to here from inside Old Town
- By car or by taxi to Old Town
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