Odessa was never renowned, like a Cracow or Vilnius, as a center of Jewish scholarship or culture.
Cracow lay in the route that as a fugitive from the Austrian Government he was obliged to choose.
We took a private carriage at Cracow, in which we were very comfortable.
Hitherto the Austrian officers in Cracow had not been wont to ask the permission of their general to marry.
She will only go to Cracow at Christmas and Easter and in the summer holidays.
Stanislaus, bishop of Cracow, was descended from an illustrious Polish family.
Their child had been born in Cracow while the Austrians were bombarding it in 1848.
Jagiello, resuming her own attire, remained in Cracow for several weeks without detection.
So he consulted yet another dignitary, the High Treasurer of Cracow.
One thousand florins of it she gave as a gift to Anna, who returned with it to Cracow to her father's.