The Cloth Hall is one of the symbols and tourist attractions of Krakow. The former Cloth Hall was mainly a commercial building. There were stalls where cloth was sold. Today, they are rich in rows of stalls with jewelry, souvenirs and handicrafts, eagerly visited by tourists. On the first floor there is the Gallery of Polish Painting and Sculpture of the 19th century, which is a branch of the National Museum, and on the balcony of the Sukiennice - the popular cafe "Cafe Szał", which is a great viewpoint of St. Mary's Church.
The underground of the Main Market Square is another place that can be reached from the Cloth Hall. In 2010, a branch of the Historical Museum of the City of Krakow was opened, where visitors wander underground through glass ramps and footbridges suspended over former routes.
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