The Sukiennice Gallery

The Sukiennice (Cloth Hall) is a large market hall erected in the 13th century in the middle of the Market Square, extended in the 14th century in the Gothic style. In 1901, the National Museum took over the entire floor of the Sukiennice. The aesthetics of the Sukiennice Gallery still refers to the 19th-century manner of displaying art. The exhibition in the Sukiennice is presented in four rooms: the Bacciarelli Room, the Michałowski Room, the Siemiradzki Room and the Chełmoński Room.

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The Sukiennice (Cloth Hall) is a large market hall erected in the 13th century in the middle of the Market Square, extended in the 14th century in the Gothic style. In 1901, the National Museum took over the entire floor of the Sukiennice. The aesthetics of the Sukiennice Gallery still refers to the 19th-century manner of displaying art. The exhibition in the Sukiennice is presented in four rooms: the Bacciarelli Room, the Michałowski Room, the Siemiradzki Room and the Chełmoński Room.

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