Coming in September, we invite you to an educational workshop for children and young people aged 6 to 18, dedicated to the Polish sites inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, with particular emphasis on those located in Lower Silesia (Wroclaw, Jawor, Swidnica) , which will last 2 hours and will be held at the Church of Peace in Swidnica. The workshop will use various forms of cultural education and modern technologies. On the basis of a multimedia presentation on Lower Silesian UNESCO monuments, a variety of works will be created by the participants, including cartoons, posters, mock-ups and models on UNESCO sites in Lower Silesia. All works will be presented in the Visitor Center interactive exhibition introducing visitors to the history of the Centennial Hall complex, which is visited annually by nearly 60,000 people (residents of Wroclaw and tourists from Poland and abroad).
In addition, the residents of Swidnica will be able to take a walk around the Centennial Hall in an unusual way through VR goggles, a facility that has been on the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage List since 2006. The guide will be an animated character of the Centennial Hall’s architect, who will accompany participants on the virtual tour. Explore the interior of the Centennial Hall, performing various activities like solving puzzles or searching for answers Thanks to 3D technology, you will be able to move around the grounds of the Centennial Hall complex, and with one click you will decide where to go and which rooms to visit, even those inaccessible to tourists. We also want to tell you about the cultural heritage of the Jawor and Świdnica municipalities, with a special focus on the Peace Church in Jawor and Świdnica, which are also on the UNESCO World Heritage List.