At the end of the Krakowskie Przedmiescie is Plac Zamkowy (or Castle Square) the entrance to the Stare Miasto (or historic center of Warsaw). You can see the old Royal Castle, part of the wall and the Warsaw stadium across the river Vistula. As in Krakowskie Predmiescie and Nowy Swiat the buildings are low rise and neoclassical. You can view the Unesco World Heritage historic center memorial plaque inscription from 1981. A highlight of the square is the original statue of Sigismund III, ve became King of Poland, the capital became Warsaw to the detriment of Krakow. In the square you can see theater performances that attract much public attention.