Following the traces of European identity of Kraków
With an area of more than 4000 m2, this underground exhibition is a multimedia spectacle which, with the aid of modern technology, takes us on an extraordinary journey to the medieval Kraków. The exposition presents not only the vivid history of the city but also links that connected it with the most important centres of trade and culture in medieval Europe.
The implemented project consists of 30 multimedia stations, 6 documentaries displayed in specially adapted cellars under the Cloth Hall, 4 educational games for children, 3D animations, more than 600 three-dimensional scans of historic buildings as well as the first mechanical theatre in Poland, presenting The legend of the bygone Kraków.
The exhibition is enriched with sound effects – recordings of the city noise and the hubbub of bargaining, which allow us to feel the atmosphere of a medieval market better. The interactive exhibition was opened on 24 September 2010. For last 5 years it has been visited by ca. 2 000 000 of visitors.
Project executed by Nolabel Sp. z o.o. in cooperation with the New Amsterdam team.
“The Public Utility and Transportation Infrastructure Office in Kraków confirms that the consortium of companies: (…) completed the task ‘Development of an exhibition within the project: Following the traces of European identity of Kraków – tourist route through the Underground of the Main Market Square’ (…). The implementation works were undertaken in the period of 17 March 2010 to 15 September 2010 and were executed with due diligence”.
Director of the Public Utility and Transportation Infrastructure Office