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* In [[Recap/PhilipKDicksElectricDreamsS1E7KillAllOthers "Kill All Others"]], an episode of ''Series/PhilipKDicksElectricDreams'', Cracow is listed as the least desirable location for a factory worker to work in, behind the likes of UsefulNotes/Djibouti.

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* In [[Recap/PhilipKDicksElectricDreamsS1E7KillAllOthers "Kill All Others"]], an episode of ''Series/PhilipKDicksElectricDreams'', Cracow is listed as the least desirable location for a factory worker to work in, behind the likes of UsefulNotes/Djibouti.{{UsefulNotes/Djibouti}}.

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* In [[Recap/PhilipKDicksElectricDreamsS1E7KillAllOthers "Kill All Others"]], an episode of ''Series/PhilipKDicksElectricDreams'', Cracow is listed as the least desirable location for a factory worker to work in, behind the likes of UsefulNotes/Djibouti.


Cracow (Polish: ''Kraków'') is the second largest city in Poland. First mentioned in 965, it became the Polish capital in 1038 and remained as such until 1596, when the capital was moved to the more centrally located city of Warsaw. It is regarded in Poland as an academic and cultural center, possibly beause it's the seat of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jagiellonian_University the oldest Polish university]] (in {{Polish media}}, stories set in Cracow will usually involve art, literature, or other intellectual affairs).

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Cracow (Polish: ''Kraków'') is the second largest city in Poland. First mentioned in 965, it became the Polish capital in 1038 and remained as such until 1596, when the capital was moved to the more centrally located city of Warsaw. It is regarded in Poland as an academic and cultural center, possibly beause it's as the seat of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jagiellonian_University the oldest Polish university]] (in and a bunch of others, and the hometown of many writers and artists. In {{Polish media}}, stories set in Cracow will usually involve art, literature, or other intellectual affairs).
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Cracow (Polish: ''Kraków'') is the second largest city in Poland. First mentioned in 965, it became the Polish capital in 1038 and remained as such until 1596, when the capital was moved to the more centrally located city of Warsaw. It is regarded in Poland as an academic and cultural center (in {{Polish media}}, stories set in Cracow will usually involve art, literature, or other intellectual affairs).

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Cracow (Polish: ''Kraków'') is the second largest city in Poland. First mentioned in 965, it became the Polish capital in 1038 and remained as such until 1596, when the capital was moved to the more centrally located city of Warsaw. It is regarded in Poland as an academic and cultural center center, possibly beause it's the seat of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jagiellonian_University the oldest Polish university]] (in {{Polish media}}, stories set in Cracow will usually involve art, literature, or other intellectual affairs).


* Biopics of [[ThePope Pope John Paul II]] often involve the city, as he served as a priest and later a bishop there.

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* Biopics of [[ThePope [[UsefulNotes/ThePope Pope John Paul II]] often involve the city, as he served as a priest and later a bishop there.


Cracow (Polish: ''Kraków'') is the second largest city in Poland. First mentioned in 965, it became the Polish capital in 1038 and remained as such until 1596, when the capital was moved to the more centrally located city of Warsaw. It is regarded in Poland as an academic and cultural center.

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Cracow (Polish: ''Kraków'') is the second largest city in Poland. First mentioned in 965, it became the Polish capital in 1038 and remained as such until 1596, when the capital was moved to the more centrally located city of Warsaw. It is regarded in Poland as an academic and cultural center.
center (in {{Polish media}}, stories set in Cracow will usually involve art, literature, or other intellectual affairs).


Cracow is the second largest city in Poland. First mentioned in 965, it became the Polish capital in 1038 and remained as such until 1596, when the capital was moved to the more centrally located city of Warsaw.

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Cracow (Polish: ''Kraków'') is the second largest city in Poland. First mentioned in 965, it became the Polish capital in 1038 and remained as such until 1596, when the capital was moved to the more centrally located city of Warsaw.
Warsaw. It is regarded in Poland as an academic and cultural center.



* ''Film/SchindlersList'' takes place here

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* ''Film/SchindlersList'' takes place herehere.
* Biopics of [[ThePope Pope John Paul II]] often involve the city, as he served as a priest and later a bishop there.


* ''Film/{{SchindlersList}}'' takes place here

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* ''Film/{{SchindlersList}}'' ''Film/SchindlersList'' takes place herehere
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Cracow is the second largest city in Poland. First mentioned in 965, it became the Polish capital in 1038 and remained as such until 1596, when the capital was moved to the more centrally located city of Warsaw.

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Cracow is the second largest city in Poland. First mentioned in 965, it became the Polish capital in 1038 and remained as such until 1596, when the capital was moved to the more centrally located city of Warsaw.Warsaw.

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* ''Film/{{SchindlersList}}'' takes place here


Cracow is the second largest city in Poland.

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Cracow is the second largest city in Poland. First mentioned in 965, it became the Polish capital in 1038 and remained as such until 1596, when the capital was moved to the more centrally located city of Warsaw.

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