A group of Urban Management students went for a week-long trip to Cracow as part of their projects and practical classes. Students work there on a special project regarding the Cracow Podgórze, Vistula river, Płaszów port, Bagry bay and Płaszowski pond.
It is a very significant part of Cracow that since 1915 has functioned as a separate Free Royal Podgórze City. Nowadays it is a dynamically evolving district, with an amazing architecture that has its historically most important part focused around the Podgórski Square and the small streets around it. The Cracow Podgórze is best known for the Krakus mound, Emalia Oskar Schindler factory, Bednarski park, which is one of Cracow’s most beautiful landscape parks, and numerous historical sights that remind us of all the cruel happenings in the Cracow ghetto.
Moreover, at the moment this district faces intense urbanization, focused mainly around industrial sites.
CDV students took part in meetings that were intensive both in terms of the area that was discussed and how the sessions looked like. They had a chance to talk to experts and scientists specializing in hydrology, environment conservation, urbanized areas and those knowing a lot about Cracow specifically.
Students were accompanied by CDV lecturers: Sylwia Mikołajczak i Huub Droogh.
Work on the project will be continued.
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