Italian House

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Coordinates: 50°3′39″N 19°56′18″E / 50.06083°N 19.93833°E / 50.06083; 19.93833

Italian House, Kraków, Poland

Italian House (also known as the Italian Kamienica, Montelupi House or Montelupi Kamienica, Polish: Dom Włoski w Krakowie, Włoska Kamienica, Kamienica Montelupich) is a kamienica building in Main Square, Kraków, Poland. It was built in the 16th century by Sebastian Montelupi, and served as a headquarters of the Polish Post, and one of the centers of Italian culture in Kraków. When it was operating as a postal centre stagecoaches to Venice departed from here.[1]

The building is classified as a monument.