The Kraków Zoo was established in 1929. It is home to over 1500 animals and about 260 species. The first mention of exotic animals being kept in Kraków dates back to 1406, when a pair of lions was transported from Florence to Kraków. Before the Zoological Garden in Kraków was established, a royal menagerie had existed on the Wawel Hill in the Middle Ages. Currently, the zoo contains 1,500 animals representing 260 species and occupies the area of nearly 17 hectares.


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