no, you won`t found here about this...Kraków
The name of Kraków is traditionally derived from Krakus (Krak, Grakch), the legendary founder of Kraków and a ruler of the tribe of Lechitians (Poles). In Polish, Kraków is an archaic possessive form of Krak and essentially means "Krak's (town)". Krakus's name may derive from "krakula", a Proto-Slavic word meaning a judge's staff, or a Proto-Slavic word "krak" meaning an oak, once a sacred tree most often associated with the concept of genealogy. The first mention of Prince Krakus (then written as Grakch) dates back to 1190, although the town existed as early as the 7th century, inhabited by the tribe of Wiślanie.
The city's full official name, used on ceremonial occasions, is Królewskie Stołeczne Miasto Kraków, meaning "Royal Capital City of Kraków". In English, a person born, or living, in Kraków is a Cracovian (Polish: Krakowianin).
but, my Polish sisters and brothers listen to me. As a Serbian (Racowie), i recognized true meaning of Cracovia. You can spot what i mean > CRACOVIA = C-RACOVIA (from Racowie). Considering that we know (by the medieval chronicles) that other name of Serbs (Ras people/Raci/Rashani/Racowie) coming from Thracian (Thracian
) name, we clearly see origin of Cracovia, too.
For now, i would only tell you that place named Kraków (Cracov) obviously originally was formed by our common Proto-Slavic ancestors, in time when they universally called themselves RAS (RASHKI) people, in time immemorial,... most probably in time after they moved from Balkan when Ice age was finished,... in time before our RAS ancestors started to call itself Sarmatians.