Kraków in 15 minutes is a multimedia presentation displayed on a model of Kraków measuring 4x5 metres. The 3D-mapped presentation’s text is...
Krakow in 15 minutes (eng)
Kraków in 15 minutes is a multimedia presentation displayed on a model of Kraków measuring 4x5 metres. The 3D-mapped presentation’s text is authored by Leszek Mazan, a local historian and journalist. Over the course of 15 minutes, we tell the history of Kraków, giving you the most important facts intertwined with anecdotes. We have chosen around 15 events which took place in Kraków. Visitors can digest over 1000 years of Kraków’s history, how the city has changed, how it burned, how the course of the Vistula River has changed over the centuries. The most important facts are accompanied by interesting details which add to the story. Visitors can find out which buildings survived the Tatar invasion in the 13th century, where the world’s most wealthy woman of the 20th century, which Polish king fought with tobacco. Over the course of 15 minutes you’ll hear a lot of information, it is its fascinating curiosities which make the presentation well worth a visit.
Krakow in 15 minutes is a multimedia 3D-mapping presentation written by Leszek Mazan and displayed on a model of the city measuring 4x5 metres. Over the course of 15 minutes you’ll hear an intriguing story intertwined with interesting and fun facts you won’t find anywhere else.
The museum can house up to 45 people at a time, thanks to which the group can sit comfortably and relax during the presentation, which is given in English.