After the presentation in Krakow, Bahrain, Sofia, Leipzig and Ostrava, the Treasures of Krakow exhibition has come to Bucharest.
Thanks to the efforts of the Polish Institute in Bucharest, until November 16th, 2020, it will be on display on the fence of the National Museum of Romanian Art (MNAR) located in the heart of the city, on the most representative street in Bucharest - Calea Victoriei, adjacent to Revolution Square. This place is extremely symbolic for Romanians due to its role during the Romanian revolution in December 1989, and the fact that the current seat of the museum is the former Royal Palace.
exhibition, presenting over a thousand years of history of the city, was prepared by the ICC in cooperation with the Krakow City Hall. It is part of a project co-financed by the City of Krakow under the same title and a visual complement to the publication (2018)