Collegium Witkowski

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Collegium Witkowski

The Collegium Witkowski (Witkowski College), in Kraków, Poland, is a Jagiellonian University building erected in 1908-11. It stands at ulica Gołębia (Dove Street) 13 and was named for physicist and Jagiellonian University rector August Witkowski.

The building's style mixes elements of Gothic-revival, Romanesque-revival and Art Nouveau architecture.

Originally used by the physics department, it now serves the history department.

Coordinates: 50°03′41″N 19°55′59″E / 50.0614°N 19.9331°E / 50.0614; 19.9331