Location: Krakow
Year: 2010
Size: 6000 m²
Investor: Historical Museum of the City of Krakow
Scope: narrative script, documentary film scripts, stage arrangements, film production and multimedia content, production of the hydroelectric installation combining robotics and 3D animation

Several meters under the famous Main Market Square in Krakow is an exhibition that takes the visitor back to the remote times of the Middle Ages, showing the close ties between the Royal City and other European centers.

Brought to life by archeologists, the space is a reserve of ancient constructions, objects, and architecture that have been untouched for centuries; it is stone paths with ruts dug by the wheels of carts that passed this way in the times of Władysław Elbow-high; it is also Krakow's oldest walled trade construction, coins, and various objects used in centuries past.

In the Underground of the Main Market Square, tradition meets modernity – respect for the past goes hand-in-hand with a contemporary multimedia language, making the exhibition a remarkable journey through times when the ancient capital of Poland was flourishing.
Location: Krakow
Year: 2010
Size: 6000 m²
Investor: Historical Museum of the City of Krakow
Scope: narrative script, documentary film scripts, stage arrangements, film production and multimedia content, production of the hydroelectric installation combining robotics and 3D animation

Several meters under the famous Main Market Square in Krakow is an exhibition that takes the visitor back to the remote times of the Middle Ages, showing the close ties between the Royal City and other European centers.

Brought to life by archeologists, the space is a reserve of ancient constructions, objects, and architecture that have been untouched for centuries; it is stone paths with ruts dug by the wheels of carts that passed this way in the times of Władysław Elbow-high; it is also Krakow's oldest walled trade construction, coins, and various objects used in centuries past.

In the Underground of the Main Market Square, tradition meets modernity – respect for the past goes hand-in-hand with a contemporary multimedia language, making the exhibition a remarkable journey through times when the ancient capital of Poland was flourishing.
Rynek Główny 17
31-008 Kraków
+48 600 002 430