Wavel Castle, also known as Wawel Castle, is a historic fortified complex in Kraków, Poland. Situated on Wawel Hill, it overlooks the Vistula River and is renowned for its diverse architectural styles. The castle served as the residence of Polish monarchs and holds cultural and historical significance. The legend of the Wawel Dragon, a fearsome creature that once plagued the castle, adds to its allure. A statue of the dragon near the castle is a popular tourist attraction. Wavel Castle is a UNESCO World Heritage site, featuring the Wawel Cathedral, Royal Castle, and Crown Treasury and Armory. It offers a glimpse into Poland's past and is a symbol of Polish heritage and folklore.

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