Before leaving Main Market Square, notice this loggia and staircase at the end of Cloth Hall. They date from the 16th century. Then walk up to the second floor to the Gallery of 19th Century Polish Art, one of the finest museums in Kraków. You might spend hours in these four exhibit rooms. The Sukiennice Museum displays portraits, battle scenes, still life, mythological subjects, religious art, landscapes and sculptures. These works are from leading Polish artists during the mid-18th to the early 20th centuries. Artist styles include Baroque, Rococo, Realism, Romanticism and Impressionism. The 200 pieces of art you will enjoy are a fraction of the 780,000 item collection managed by the National Museum of Kraków.