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The depot complex on św. Wawrzyńca Street is unique in Europe.

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  • Depot
  • ul. św. Wawrzyńca 15, 31-060 Kraków
  • 12 428 66 00
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  • Edyta Gajewska
  • 515 410 489
  • Czynne wt. – sob. od 9:00 do 17:00.
  • 12 428 66 00 wew. 11
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The City. Technosensitivity Exhibition

Embark on a journey through time – from the earliest concepts of cities, through the eras that followed, including industrial revolutions and post-war modernization, to the present day and beyond. We look at the technological portrait of the city not only with attention and respect, but also with affection.

History of the Depot

The depot complex at św. Wawrzyńca Street is a rarity in Europe, being the only depot complex virtually preserved in its entirety and documenting the continuity of public transport evolution from the introduction of horse trams, through narrow-gauge and standard-gauge electric trams, to buses. The entire complex was erected in stages in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.