Kraków and modernist architecture – an unlikely duo?

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When you think of the southern Polish city of Kraków you generally tend to envisage the grand market square and the renaissance architecture which surrounds it.

However, the city is not just all about 16th-century glam. For those more architecturally inclined, there’s a new guide to Kraków’s more recent developments with a book on the city’s modernist gems.

Host John Beauchamp is joined by Michał Wiśniewski from the Architecture Institute to explore the modernist traces in Kraków.

More on Kraków and its modernist (and post-modern!) architecture can be found here.

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