The Krog Street market is one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions and the first to open its doors on the evening of May 5, 2018.
It opened its doors in the city of Krakow as part of a new partnership with the Polish government.
The street is open from 8pm and closes at 10pm.
It was opened by a local businessman who, like many Polish entrepreneurs, was unable to get a visa to travel to the UK because of his country’s visa system.
The market was originally set up in the 1930s, when the Polish city was still in the grip of the war, but was then expanded into a commercial hub in the 1950s.
The neighbourhood is also known for its colourful, colourful houses and for its unique history.
According to local legend, the original Krog was built by a Polish aristocrat named Ivan Krog.
In the mid-1800s, he built a hotel for a British soldier called Captain Charles Witherspoon.
The hotel, which is now the Krog hotel, was the last to be built in Kraków and was demolished in the early 1990s.
When the war ended in 1945, the building was razed.
Nowadays, the Krakowski Hotel sits on the site of the old Krog Hotel.
A new Krog street is also planned, with a street that runs parallel to the old one.
The first time the street was open, in 2016, it was the biggest market in the country.
This year, the market has been extended by a further three weeks.
The day will also see the opening of a cafe, the first in the Polish capital.
The local cafe is called Krog Market.
Krog market and café