St. Mary's (k. Mariacki) gothic church is a symbol of Krakow just equally well as the Wawel Castle and the Cloth Hall are. It first started as a Romanesque church in 1222 and was gradually redone throughout the centuries. And it is really stunning! All of its interior is a work of art but some things inside are unique and simply priceless. One of them is the 15th c. wooden altar by Wit Stwosz. The church is also known for the trumpet call that is played every hour from the church's tower.
Set of 2 Wit Stwosz (1445-1533) bookmarks. Each bookmark contains details of the Main Altar from the St. Mary's church in Krakow depicting the Assumption of Virgin Mary.
Each bookmark measures approx. 2.25" L x 7.75" H
Silkscreen on canvas.