International Cultural Centre (ICC)

address: 25, Main Market Square, Kraków

The International Cultural Centre is based in the Ravens House (“Pod Kruki”) at 25 Main Market Square (Rynek Główny 25), a witness of all the major events that have taken place over the ages right in the heart of Krakow (on the UNESCO World Heritage Site from 1978) - a place whose location fosters reflection on the heritage. From its windows you can see the Renaissance Cloth Hall and the Gothic Town Hall Tower.

The house itself has had a number of functions: an aristocratic palace, Krakow’s social salon, the starost’s office, a bank, the NSDAP headquarters for the General Gouvernment, and, subsequently, a Committee of the Polish Workers Party, a publishing house, a school dance, a bookshop, and since 1991 the home and showcase of the ICC. At the headquarters of the MCC there is a specialized scientific library gathering Polish and foreign literature in the field of cultural heritage. We invite you to one of the meeting rooms of this remarkable facility.

The ICC seat is fully accessible for people with disabilities.