Virtual adventure: a walk around the exhibition "Wrocław 1945-2016"
We invite you for an extraordinary, virtual journey through our permanent exhibition "Wrocław 1945-2016"!
Every day, from 26 to 31 January, we will present one film - the next part of our virtual walks. Thanks to 360 technology, you will be able to carefully look around the interiors of the museum and see the exhibits inside.
During this journey you will be accompanied by our experts and guides, who will make you feel as if you were really in our museum interiors!
Movies are available with Polish, English and Ukrainian subtitles.
Part one: Poland at the crossroads 1918 - 1945
Ready to delve into the great history of our city? Are you curious to know how it all began and how the Second World War affected our country? If your answer is YES, don't hesitate to watch our first video of six!
Thanks to 360-degree technology, you will be able to observe different parts of our museum that will make you feel as if you were seeing the exhibition in first person. What are you waiting for to start this incredible virtual adventure with us?
Do you think that the end of the Second World War brought peace to our country? Do you know what happened after it?
In this second part of the great virtual adventure, you can continue to discover parts of the history of Wroclaw, and you can also see documents, pictures and replicas of scenes from that time that will show you the reality of those moments...
Did you know that when communism appeared in our country, different slogans with historical and economic arguments, for example, were part of the propaganda of that time? Do you know what was one of the most important events in Wroclaw during the first years after the war? In addition to the answers of these two questions, in this third video you will have the possibility to see and learn about the culture, radio, TV, music and many other things that took place in Wroclaw during the communist period, and how it affected the city.
Did you know that...
Despite the hard times people in the city experienced after the war, society continued to suffer due to economic mismanagement during communism.
On the other hand, important events also took place in Wroclaw, such as who was the first woman to set foot on Mount Everest and the first woman to climb K2.
In this fourth video, you will discover these and many more famous events, about sport, cinema, education, theatre, literature, architecture… that left their mark on the history of Wroclaw at that time.
Why were there a series of protests in different workplaces during 1980? How did the workers get their demands accepted? Did you know that after that a period called "SOLIDARITY CARNIVAL" started?
In this fifth video you will learn more about this important event that marked the life of society at that time and brought a period of transformation and liberation of Polish society.
you have reached the end of our great virtual adventure!
In this last episode about the history of our city, you will find great events for the society, in which the one that had a huge influence on building a feeling of community among its residents is called "The Millennium Flood".
In addition, many historical books have been written about the history of the city of Wroclaw, where you can also see how Wroclaw is a city situated in three countries, closely connected by history. This has made Wroclaw into a city of union between countries, a meeting place and a great multicultural city!
We also invite you to our event on Facebook.
The project "Wrocław 1945-2016 3D" was co-financed by the Minister of Culture, National Heritage and Sport as part of the Multiannual Program NIEPODLEGŁA for 2017-2022