- n. alternative spelling of Cracow.
“KRAKOW - The bodies of President Lech Kaczynski and his wife arrived in Krakow on Sunday for burial among”
“KRAKOW - Up to a million Poles were expected to fill the streets of Krakow Sunday for the funeral of president Lech Kaczynski, even as travel problems kept many international leaders away.”
“KRAKOW - The bodies of President Lech Kaczynski and his wife arrived in Krakow on Sunday for burial among Europe prevented dozens of world leaders, including President”
“The Old Town in Krakow is positively hoaching on a Friday night, I can tell you.”
“In 1943 he survived the Nazis in Krakow, Poland; in 1969 he survived the trauma left by the Charles Manson family, which murdered his wife Sharon Tate and their unborn child; in 1977 he also survived the American criminal justice system when he fled the United States before being sentenced after he was accused of drugging and raping a 13-year-old girl.”
“He gained ownership from a bankruptcy court of an idle enamelware factory in Krakow, Poland.”
“Obama will leave Saturday night for the funeral on Sunday in Krakow, Poland, for President Lech Kaczynski and first lady Maria Kaczynska, according to the White House statement.”
“The challenge that Poland-based Mobius Architects faced was to build a modern home on an excavated limestone hillside in Krakow and they came up with a design that sports a front elevation which is both unique and eye-catching.”
“Designed by the creative British architects from PCKO together with Polish folks from MOFO Architects, the stunning Jodlowa House in Krakow, Poland, definitely kicks off as a whole.”
“I was in Krakow for a few weeks in the Summer of 2005 and went to my favorite café "Pigeon 3.”
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