Wawel Dragon Statue (Polish: Pomnik Smoka Wawelskiego) is a monument at the foot of the Wawel Hill in Kraków, Poland, in front of the Wawel Dragon's den, dedicated to the mythical Wawel Dragon. Installed in 1972, the statue is capable of breathing fire on demand.
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Ondrej Majtan | Apr 8, 2018
Krakow's dragon is nice statue under the castle on the river walk. After sunset dragon threw real flames from his mouth. Unfortunelly we stay there 1.5 hour and we saw only one flame ball. So i cant tell you the timetablefor the "show". But its must see point in Krakow
VU | Feb 21, 2018
Statue of dragon, which actually exhales flames apx every 4min. You can create cool insta story there😀. Easy to get there via stairs from Wavel
Jory Pauwels | Apr 19, 2018
Enjoy the People chilling in the grass, lovely atmosphere, Swans and a stunning vieuw
James Haycock | Apr 30, 2018
Impressive statue - especially when it breathes fire!
Tania Terteriani | Feb 4, 2018
Dragon that exhales the fire every 15-20 minutes ;) worth waiting for :)
Carolyn Zyloney | Jun 1, 2018
Fire breathing dragon statue, part of the legend of Krakow. Worth seeing while at the castle. Children would enjoy this.
Nick Kendall | May 19, 2018
Great for the kids, would have gone at dusk if time had allowed as I'm sure his fire would have been more epic.
Petru Mihalachi | May 8, 2018
Nice statue, especially in the evening while it spits fire, you can catch nice pictures.
Monita Cheng | May 30, 2018
It's a bronze dragon sculpture. It will breathe fire every 5 minutes. The interval will be shortened if you sms your request for the dragon sculpture to breathe fire. There's nothing to rave about in terms of the dragon itself.There's a cave, which requires admission, behind the sculpture. There's nothing interesting inside this small (approximately 170 steps) cave.
Danielle Tomassini | Jul 14, 2018
Neat statue especially for kids. It breathes fire every five minutes and is fun to watch. While crowded, it's not too hard to get pictures of it without people. There are souvenir stands and places to buy obwarzanek (Polish bagel/pretzel) near by.
Karol Kwartnik | Jun 29, 2018
With these Dragon is very interesting legend, so it is worth to know ;P I prefer read that legend and see Wawel's Dragon ;)
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