Nowa Huta becomes a Monument of History, Majchrowski receives an ordinance on this matter on Friday
On Friday, the Mayor of Kraków, Jacek Majchrowski, will receive from the President of the Republic of Poland, Andrzej Duda, an ordinance approving that “Kraków – the architectural and urban complex of the Nowa Huta district” becomes a Monument of History. A city and many environments that have been meeting for this title for years.
“We in Krakow have no doubts that Nowa Huta is of particular importance for the heritage, history and culture of our country. There are 118 historical monuments in Poland. Nowa Huta was the tallest one. The President of the Republic of Poland, Andrzej Duda, established a regulation on this matter. So to the letters of Krakow, where the Old Town is located, the Benedictine Abbey in Tyniec and Kopiecuszki. Many years of efforts by the Churches, communities, experts and institutions, we have been crowned with benefits” – informed the Mayor of Krakow, Jacek Majchrowski, on Wednesday in social media.
The city office has contributed to the entry that recognizing the role of Nowa Huta in the history of Poland makes it possible to support cultural tourism and history, but also opens the way for this part of the city to be entered on the World Heritage List.
The title of this place as the Monument of History is one of the forms of protection of monuments in Poland, which name indicates 117 objects and places in the country that are particularly valuable for national culture. In Krakow there are: the Old Town, the Benedictine Abbey in Tyniec and Kościuszko Mound, and now also the architectural and urban complex of Nowa Huta.
In 2004, the Krakow City Council passed a directional resolution, and in 2010 the first application for recognition of Nowa Huta as a Monument of History was confirmed.
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