Permanent multimedia exhibition at Cracow Rynek Underground | Nolabel, photo: Robert S?uszniak

600 digital 3D reconstructions, 500 electronic representations of monuments, 37 touch screens, 30 multimedia stands. 400 000 visitors in 2011. (Rzeczpospolita, one of the biggest Polish dailies, 3 July 2012).

With such a huge package, Cracow Rynek Underground, which is a part of Cracow Historical Museum, is surely one of the most multimedia place in eastern part of Poland. With such a huge number of visitors, it’s one of the most popular places in the city and for sure – the biggest underground museum in the world.

Situated in the center of old Cracow, in main square undergrounds, the permanent exhibition shows the beginnings of the city. The content was designed and prepared by Nolabel – Cracow 3D animation and postproduction studio. Interactive presentations, games for the children and films show how people lived through centuries. Nolabel’s special for this exhibition are two animated films. Cracovia Origo tells the prehistoric and middleages story of the territories. Cracovia A.D. 1650 shows the view of Cracow in XVII century and the development of the city. Launching took place in May 2011.

Recently, Cracow Rynek Underground was nominated by National Geographic to the title of 7 new Polish wonders.

Nolabel is a multimedia postproduction and 3D animation studio from Cracow, Poland. The studio specializes in multimedia museum exhibitions, film and TV & cinema advertisement postproduction and animation.

photo: Robert S?uszniak