Poland exhibition coming to Arab Regional Centre for World Heritage

The free showcase will show off the best parts of Krakow

Poland exhibition coming to Arab Regional Centre for World Heritage

If you’re already planning your next summer holiday but aren’t sure where to start, you should head down to the Arab Regional Centre for World Heritage next month.

From December 3, the public institution will be hosting an exhibition entitled the Treasures of Krakow.

The display will showcase the beautiful Polish city, which was one of the most important metropolises of the medieval era, and the cultural ties between Bahrain and Krakow.

The historic centre of the former Polish capital is an UNESCO World Heritage Site, and you’ll be able to explore why this city is a magnet for poets, writers and artists.

If this exhibition doesn’t inspire you to visit Krakow, we’re not sure what will.

The free showcase will run from December 3 until December 31, so you’d better act fast.

Want more cultural things to do in Bahrain? Why not head to the printmaking exhibition being held at Andalus Garden for Bahraini Women’s Day on December 1.

Alternatively, head to the Aga Khan Award for Architecture Exhibition which features the Bahrain Pearling Path.
Free. Sun-Thu 9am-4pm. Arab Regional Centre for World Heritage, Road 2209, Manama (1700 1004).

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