Pigeons on Krakow Market Square
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Pigeons on Krakow Market Square

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Old men, the world over, feeding the pigeons on the town square.

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A: The Main Market Square at night

by Leszek Cuper, less than 10 meters away

The Main Market Square in Kraków (Polish: Rynek Główny w Krakowie) is the most important market squar...

The Main Market Square at night

B: Large square by night (3 of 4)

by Jan Mulder, less than 10 meters away

Photo's taken on December 29,2012

Large square by night (3 of 4)

C: Kids Feeding the Pigeons in Market Square, Krakow

by Jeffrey Martin, less than 10 meters away

This place is full of pigeons and therefore full of kids. Or maybe it's the opposite. Anyway, you can...

Kids Feeding the Pigeons in Market Square, Krakow

D: Kościół św Wojciecha

by Maciej G. Szling, less than 10 meters away

Kościół św Wojciecha

E: The World seen from the eyes of a Pigeon

by Jeffrey Martin, 10 meters away

The World seen from the eyes of a Pigeon

F: Pigeon attack at Rynek Glowny

by Jeffrey Martin, 10 meters away

Pigeons attacked the Market Square in Krakow, maiming dozens. I barely got away with my life.

Pigeon attack at Rynek Glowny

G: The main market square in Krakow old town

by Jan Mulder, 10 meters away

Photo's taken on may 29, 2011.

The main market square in Krakow old town

H: Cracow, the Main Square - night tour 2

by Adam Czapla, 20 meters away

Cracow, the Main Square - night tour 2

I: Krakau - city-center

by H.J.Weber, 20 meters away

Krakau - city-center

J: Archaeology on Krakow Rynek Glowny (Market Square)

by Jeffrey Martin, 30 meters away

Back in 2005 they were doing a major archaological dig in the center of Krakow, uncovering the earlie...

Archaeology on Krakow Rynek Glowny (Market Square)

This panorama was taken in Krakow, Europe

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