Welcome to Poland for the 41st Session of the World Heritage Committee.
Kraków, the capital of Małopolska region, is the second largest city in Poland, home to over 700,000 people. As a former capital of Poland, Kraków is a treasure trove of historical landmarks and architectural wonders. Its historic centre is one of the most outstanding examples of European urban planning, characterised by harmonious development and accumulation of features representing all architectural styles from early Romanesque to Modernist periods.
We look forward to seeing you in Poland this July!
Team for the organization of the 41st Session of the World Heritage Committee