On this website, using various senses, you will discover unique historical monuments entered on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Let’s then follow the traces of human genius…
Multisensory UNESCO. Following the senses: sight, smell, hearing, taste
Sight follows the line of the one-storey architecture of the town square, whose origins date back to the middle ages. In the town square, there is a figure of St. Szymon, an important patron saint closely related with the tradition and culture of this place. Sight then notices the shrine of St. Szymon, where he used to live once; it admires the church of St. Andrew, which hosts the figure of the Mother of God with Child Jesus, one of the so-called Beautiful Madonnas. It reaches the church of St. Leonard, where it voraciously absorbs magnificent paintings, works of travelling painters and the reflections of human thoughts, feelings and ideas about the world.
Hearing distinguishes the clatter of a brazen lock, the creak of the door, the hubbub of people gathering in the town square. It is a kind of music: selfexistent, autonomous, with no stave notation to itself. The melody—alterantely loud and silent—vanishes sometimes to make place for the sound of a historical positive organ, pipe organ or simply the singing of people as Lipnica Murowana is still a place that draws interested tourists and pilgrims concentrated on prayer.
And what share falls to the last sense?
It recognizes the taste of the Mystery.
Multisensory UNESCO – digitization of tangible and intangible heritage of Lipnica Murowana
Multisensory UNESCO 2. Digitization of the church heritage of southern Małopolska
on the 15th anniversary of being entered on the UNESCO list
Multisensory UNESCO 3. Digitization of 8 wooden churches in the Polish region of the Carpathians entered on the UNESCO list
Multisensory UNESCO 4. Digitization of Cracow’s cultural heritage entered on the UNESCO list
Multisensory UNESCO 5. Digitization of the cultural heritage of the Sanctuary in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska (UNESCO)