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JAGIELLONIAN UNIVERSITY – COLLEGIUM NOVUM - RECTOR'S ROOM
Krakow

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This panorama was created to mark the 650th Jubilee of the Jagiellonian University. It shows the interior of the main Jagiellonian University building, the stately Collegium Novum, located at ul. Gołębia 24 in the very heart of Kraków Old Town. Some parts of this building are normally closed to the general public. The virtual tour aims at presenting the rooms that may be difficult to access in real life and are definitely worth seeing and remembering. In these picturesque interiors, the many-centuries-long history of the Jagiellonian University meets the present, reanimated by the youthful vigour of people studying in Kraków. You are welcome to experience this special atmosphere by taking a virtual tour of the Jagiellonian University Collegium Novum

Copyright: Jerzy Pajor
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 16000x8000
Taken: 30/11/2013
Uploaded: 19/05/2014
Updated: 27/05/2014
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