I made a stroll to this place.
The Collegium Maius is the Jagiellonian University's oldest building, dating back to the 14th century.
The then 36-year-old first university in Poland, known at the time as the Krakow Academy, moved into the building some time in the 14th century after King Władysław II Jagiełło had purchased it as an educational grant with funds bequeathed by his late wife, Queen Jadwiga.
The Collegium Maius was rebuilt in the late 15th century as a late-Gothic structure surrounding a large courtyard bordered with arcades. In 1517 a well was built in the center of the courtyard. Professors lived and worked upstairs, while lectures were held downstairs.
In the 1490s the Collegium Maius counted among its students Nicolaus Copernicus, the Renaissance astronomer and polymath who would revolutionize European ideas about the universe.
The weather is beutiful and sun is shining, there is nice sunday evening and many people walking by and enjoy free time.
I am wearing:
Hoodie / NewYorker
Jacket / NewYorker
Jeans / Moto Jamie Ripped Jeans by Topshop
Sneakers / Nike