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English Kraków Cloth Hall

The Kraków Cloth Hall (Polish: Sukiennice, pronounced [sukʲɛˈɲit͡sɛ]), in Lesser Poland, dates to the Renaissance and is one of the city's most recognizable icons. It is the central feature of the main market square in the Kraków Old Town (the historic center of Kraków), which since 1978 has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site).

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German Krakauer Tuchhallen

Die Krakauer Tuchhallen – (poln. Sukiennice) befinden sich in der Mitte des Hauptmarktes (poln. Rynek Główny) in Krakau und sind eines der bedeutendsten Beispiele der Renaissance-Architektur in Mitteleuropa. Ihren Namen erhielten sie nach dem Handel mit Tüchern.

Source: Krakauer Tuchhallen

Polish Sukiennice w Krakowie

Sukiennice – zabytkowy budynek sukiennic znajdujący się w centralnej części Rynku Głównego w Krakowie.

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Russian Суконные ряды (Краков)

Памятник культуры Малопольского воеводства: регистрационный номер А-10 от 12 марта 1931 года.

Суконные ряды (польск. Sukiennice) — здание, находящееся в центре краковской площади Рынок, построено как торговые ряды бывшей столицы Польши. Памятник культуры Малопольского воеводства.

Source: Суконные ряды (Краков)

Ukrainian Суконні ряди (Краків)

Пам'ятник культури Малопольського воєводства: реєстраційний номер А-10 від 12 березня 1931 року.

Суконні ряди або Сукенніце (пол. Sukiennice) — будівля, що знаходиться в центрі Площі Ринок у Кракові, побудована як торговельні ряди колишньої столиці Польщі. Пам'ятка культури Малопольського воєводства, охороняється державою.

Source: Суконні ряди (Краків)

Spanish Lonja de los Paños (Cracovia)

La lonja de los Paños o Sukiennice es un edificio renacentista del centro de Cracovia, Polonia, uno de los iconos más reconocibles de la ciudad. Da forma a la zona central de la plaza del Mercado (en polaco, Rynek Główny) en el casco antiguo de Cracovia (que es Patrimonio Mundial de la UNESCO desde 1978). Dispuesto según un eje norte-sur, sus fachadas opuestas son simétricas en relación a los ejes de las entradas. Reúne elementos arquitectónicos de épocas muy diferentes, y constituye una síntesis global de la arquitectura de Cracovia.[1]​

Source: Lonja de los Paños (Cracovia)

French Sukiennice

Le Sukiennice (« Halle aux Draps ») est l'un des monuments historiques les plus emblématiques de la ville de Cracovie. Cette imposante halle commerciale à deux étages, élevée au XIIIe siècle puis remanié à l'époque Renaissance, occupe la place centrale de la grande Place du Marché et fait partie du patrimoine mondial de l'Unesco.

Au rez-de-chaussée, la Halle accueille aujourd'hui des commerces d’artisanat, alors que son premier étage abrite la Galerie de l’art polonais du XIXe siècle, une filière du Musée national de Cracovie avec la plus importante collection d'œuvres polonaises au monde. Parmi elles, la célèbre toile Les Torches de Néron, offerte à l'ouverture du musée par son peintre, Henryk Siemiradzki et le géant tableau Hommage prussien de Jan Matejko.

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Italian Mercato dei tessuti (Cracovia)

Il Mercato dei tessuti (in polacco Sukiennice) sorge nel centro di Rynek Główny, la piazza centrale di Cracovia, ed è l'edificio più grande della piazza stessa.

Fu costruito nel XIV secolo per fungere da centro del commercio dei tessuti ma, causa un incendio, nel 1555 fu quasi interamente distrutto per essere ricostruito in seguito in stile rinascimentale da Santi Gucci. Successivamente Giovanni Maria Mosca divise orizzontalmente la costruzione in due parti collegando i due piani tramite scale situate sui lati corti. L'edificio originariamente non presentava le arcate che furono invece aggiunte, a scopo ornamentale, nel XIX secolo da Tomasz Pryliński.

Il piano terra è oggi adibito a vendita di souvenir e artigianato, mentre il primo piano è occupato dalla Galleria di pittura polacca del XIX secolo.

Nella pinacoteca sono esposte opere di pittori del romanticismo polacco e del movimento della Giovane Polonia, tra cui i maggiori esponenti presenti sono Michałowski, Malczewski, Gierymski e Jan Matejko del quale sono esposte due tele di dimensioni enormi: Kosciuszko pod Racławicami (Kosciuszko alla battaglia di Racławice) e Hold Purski (Omaggio Prussiano).

Source: Mercato dei tessuti (Cracovia)

zh 纺织会馆 (克拉科夫)

纺织会馆(Sukiennice)是波兰克拉科夫的一座文艺复兴建筑,位于老城(Kraków-Stare Miasto)中心的中央集市广场,是该市最显著的地标之一。这里曾经是国际贸易的主要中心。客商在那里会见,洽谈业务和易货贸易。在15世纪的黄金时代,纺织会馆是来自东方的各种外来货物的进口来源 - 香料,丝绸,皮革和蜡 - 而克拉科夫本身出口纺织,铅,和来自维利奇卡盐矿的盐。

文艺复兴时期之前,克拉科夫 - 波兰的皇家首都 - 已经是欧洲最壮丽的城市之一。但是,它的繁荣没有持续下去。18世纪末导致瓜分波兰的战争和政治,加快了该市的衰落。至1870年,在奥匈帝国统治下,纺织会馆进行了修复。大部分古老的市中心衰败了;然而,加利西亚和洛多梅里亚王国政治命运的改变带来了该市的复兴,由于新成立的立法大会(Sejm),纺织会馆的成功修复是这一时期最值得骄傲的成就之一。

数百年来,纺织会馆曾招待过无数的嘉宾,目前仍用于款待君主和知名人士。2002年,此处曾招待查尔斯王子和日本明仁天皇。在此举行的舞会中,最著名的是1809年约泽夫·波尼亚托夫斯基亲王从奥地利帝国手中解放该市后。除了它的宏伟的历史和巨大的文化价值,纺织会馆还是繁华的商业中心,虽然是出售的物品与以前的世纪完全不同 — 主要是游客纪念品。

类似的纺织会馆也存在于其它欧洲城市,例如比利时伊佩尔纺织会馆、德国不伦瑞克和英国利兹第一白布馆(1st White Cloth Hall),但是克拉科夫的纺织会馆最为著名,保存也最完好。

Source: 纺织会馆 (克拉科夫)

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German Tuchhallen

Polnische Malerei und Plastik aus dem 19. Jahrhundert. Das Museum befindet sich auf dem Krakauer Marktplatz.

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German Tuchhallen

Polnische Malerei und Plastik aus dem 19. Jahrhundert. Das Museum befindet sich auf dem Krakauer Marktplatz.

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Russian Суконные ряды

Пример удачного синтеза архитектуры нескольких эпох, здание ведёт свою историю с XIII века. После получения городом Магдебургского права сначала появились два ряда торговых лавок продавцов сукна, что и дало название всему будущему комплексу. В 1358 году, во времена Казимира Великого, вместо отдельных лавок был построен необычный для своего времени длинный трёхнефный торговый зал. После пожара 1555 года здание было восстановлено и, благодаря усилиям Санти Гуччи, приобрело аттик с ренессансным декором. Тогда же с подачи итальянского скульптора Джаммарии Моски (Падуанца) появилось вертикальное деление на два этажа и боковые крытые лестницы. Свой нынешний вид Сукенницы приобрели в ходе капитальной перестройки 1875-1879 годов. В это время появилась неоготическая аркада с террасой над ней (работа Томаша Прылинского), а капители колонн – кстати, они только кажутся одинаковыми – были выполнены по эскизам Яна Матейко. Главный восточный фасад здания оформлен гербом города. В наше время в нижней части здания продаются разнообразные сувениры, его «трансепт» отдан художникам-любителям, а на втором этаже разместилась относительно небольшая галерея польского искусства XIX века.

Address Rynek Główny 1-3
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French Sukiennice (Halle aux Draps)

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Places located in Sukiennice

Kraków

Kraków (, also US: , UK: , Polish: [ˈkrakuf] (listen)), written in English as Krakow and traditionally known as Cracow, is the second-largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. Situated on the Vistula River in Lesser Poland Province, the city dates back to the 7th century. Kraków was the official capital of Poland until 1596 and has traditionally been one of the leading centres of Polish academic, economic, cultural and artistic life. Cited as one of Europe's most beautiful cities, its Old Town was declared the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in the world.

The city has grown from a Stone Age settlement to Poland's second-most-important city. It began as a hamlet on Wawel Hill and was reported as a busy trading centre of Central Europe in 965. With the establishment of new universities and cultural venues at the emergence of the Second Polish Republic in 1918 and throughout the 20th century, Kraków reaffirmed its role as a major national academic and artistic centre. The city has a population of about 780,000, with approximately 8 million additional people living within a 100 km (62 mi) radius of its main square.After the invasion of Poland by Nazi Germany at the start of World War II, the newly defined Distrikt Krakau (Kraków District) became the capital of Germany's General Government. The Jewish population of the city was forced into a walled zone known as the Kraków Ghetto, from which they were sent to German extermination camps such as the nearby Auschwitz, and the Nazi concentration camps like Płaszów. However, the city was spared from destruction and major bombing.

In 1978, Karol Wojtyła, archbishop of Kraków, was elevated to the papacy as Pope John Paul II—the first non-Italian pope in 455 years. Also that year, UNESCO approved Kraków's entire Old Town and historic centre as its first World Heritage List alongside Quito. Kraków is classified as a global city with the ranking of "high sufficiency" by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network. Its extensive cultural heritage across the epochs of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture includes the Wawel Cathedral and the Royal Castle on the banks of the Vistula, the St. Mary's Basilica, Saints Peter and Paul Church and the largest medieval market square in Europe, the Rynek Główny. Kraków is home to Jagiellonian University, one of the oldest universities in the world and traditionally Poland's most reputable institution of higher learning.

In 2000, Kraków was named European Capital of Culture. In 2013, Kraków was officially approved as a UNESCO City of Literature. The city hosted the World Youth Day in July 2016.

Old town Market Square in Krakow

The main square (Polish: Rynek Główny [ˈrɨnɛk ˈɡwuvnɨ]) of the Old Town of Kraków, Lesser Poland, is the principal urban space located at the center of the city. It dates back to the 13th century, and at 3.79 ha (9.4 acres) is the largest medieval town square in Europe. The Project for Public Spaces (PPS) lists the square as the best public space in Europe due to its lively street life, and it was a major factor in the inclusion of Kraków as one of the top off-the-beaten-path destinations in the world in 2016.The main square is a square space surrounded by historic townhouses (kamienice) and churches. The center of the square is dominated by the Cloth Hall (Sukiennice), rebuilt in 1555 in the Renaissance style, topped by a beautiful attic or Polish parapet decorated with carved masks. On one side of the cloth hall is the Town Hall Tower (Wieża ratuszowa), on the other the 11th century Church of St. Adalbert and 1898 Adam Mickiewicz Monument. Rising above the square are the Gothic towers of St. Mary's Basilica (Kościół Mariacki). Kraków Main Square does not have a town hall, because it has not survived to the present day.

Sukiennice Museum

The Gallery of 19th-Century Polish Art at Sukiennice (Polish: Galeria Sztuki Polskiej XIX wieku w Sukiennicach), is a division of the National Museum, Kraków, Poland. The Gallery is housed on the upper floor of the Renaissance Sukiennice Cloth Hall in the center of the Main Market Square in Old Town Kraków.The Gallery holds the largest permanent exhibit of the 19th-century Polish painting and sculpture, in four grand rooms. The majority of today's collection at Sukiennice comprises gifts from collectors, artists and their families.

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