In September, we invite children and young people aged 6 to 18 to an educational workshop dedicated to Polish sites inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, with a special focus on those located in Lower Silesia (Wrocław, Jawor, Świdnica). The workshop will last for 2 hours and will take place at the Church of Peace in Jawor. Various forms of cultural education and modern technologies will be employed during the workshop. Participants will engage in creating diverse works based on multimedia presentations about UNESCO heritage sites in Lower Silesia, including comics, posters, and models related to these sites. All the works will be showcased in the Visitor Centre’s interactive exhibition, providing visitors with insights into the history of the Centennial Hall complex, which is annually visited by nearly 60,000 people, including residents of Wrocław, Polish tourists, and visitors from around the world.
Additionally, residents of Jawor will have a unique opportunity to take a virtual reality (VR) tour of the Centennial Hall, a site that has been on the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage List since 2006. The tour will be guided by an animated character portraying the architect of the Centennial Hall, who will accompany participants during the virtual expedition. Participants will explore the interior of the Centennial Hall, engaging in various activities such as solving puzzles and seeking answers. Thanks to 3D technology, they will be able to navigate through the complex, even visiting areas not accessible to regular tourists. We also aim to highlight the cultural heritage of the Jawor and Świdnica municipalities, with a special focus on the Church of Peace in Jawor and Świdnica, which are also inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.