How the medieval Cracow looked like? What did the burghers' residences, townhouses and palaces look like centuries of years ago? Where did live famous Levko, banker of the Polish kings and the manager of the state salt mines as well as the royal mint that owned a number of houses and lots in Cracow? You can find answers for these and other questions at unique Cracovia 3D exhibition at Ľubovňa Castle.
Focused on Magdeburg rights, a set of town privileges, implemented in Poland in combination with a set of civil and criminal laws, and adjusted to include the western European urban planning, exhibition depicts how Cracow was rebuilt after being destroyed by Mongol invasion, based on new location act and city rights modelled on the Magdeburg law allowing for tax benefits and new trade privileges for the citizens.
3D models and animations in Ľubovňa Museum
help visitors to get familiar with the 500 years of the Polish medieval gem history. Make a trip to northern Spiš
, Stará Ľubovňa
is the best location to tell such stories.