The church of St. Adalbert was originally Romanesque, but rebuilt in the Baroque style in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. An exhibition on the history of the Krakow Market is in the basement of the church.
The Church of Our Lady Assumed into Heaven is one of the most famous monuments of Krakow and Poland. It is a Gothic church built in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.
The Collegiate Church of St. Anne is an academic church of the Jagiellonian University as well as a parish church for the parish of St. Anne. The first wooden church was built in the 14th century, but it burnt down in 1407 and was replaced by a Gothic brick church that remained until 1689. The present church was consecrated in 1703, its baroque style was proposed by the architect Tylman de Gameren who referred to the plan of the Roman church of San Carlo ai Catinari, which was also an inspiration for the university church of the Sorbonne in Paris.