Kanonicza Street (Polish: Ulica Kanonicza, lit. Canon Street) - a historic street in Kraków, Poland. The street was once part of the hamlet of Okół, connected with Kraków in 1401. Formerly, the buildings along the street housed cathedral canons, and to this day many of their Baroque and Renaissance have remained present.
View of Kanonicza Street from the Wawel. The Old Town is in the background.
Samuel Maciejowski Palace - built in the first half of the sixteenth-century and until the eighteenth-century served as a canon residence, also known as the Chapel of St. George. Presently, the palace houses the Faculty of Architecture of the Tadeusz Kościuszko University of Technology.
Angel's House - a historic townhouse from the sixteenth-century. Presently, the house serves as a private residence.