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In the heart of Cracow, in a Kromerowska building, the Main Square 23 a group of young enthusiasts of history, art and erotica offers the only Polish exhibition of erotic art - "50 faces of sex". The opening will take place on Valentine's Day. Inspired by the film "50 Shades of Grey" and the history of Cracow building where the exhibition is located. Works gathered in the gothic cellars of the Kromerowska building show a history of eroticism from the time of Cleopatra to "50 Shades of Grey", containing the sex life of old Cracow, is an overview of erotic art and love from Kamasutra to the latest electronic gadgets.
In the old Cracow, the Jagiellonian University created a lot of student dormitories. Most often the secrets of sex was introduced to students by wives of merchants,that where busy trading at the markets. For centuries, the apartment-hause at 23 Main Square hid many love stories. After the death of George Kromer charming widow consoled handsome Italian - Fracielli, who in became the new owner.
Then the building passed from hand to hand of Italian families and witnessed the Italian temperament sex families Mecotti, Licinia. Quickly became a place of assignation of Cracow, and in particular of Cracow councilors and military. General Joseph Wodzicki, a participant of the Kosciuszko Uprising, after drinking vodka in a candy store, as the story goes, often come down to gothic basement where "interrogated" the most beautiful townswomen Krakow "fished out" and stopped by the soldiers of the garrison, located right next to the town hall tower.
For over years next to the Kremerowska building stationed the garrison soldiers, whose men often felt to each other "forbidden" love, which they fulfill in deep hallways of this building. After the great fire in In on the ground floor they opened a bookstore again. There started a literary salon, where he willingly came inhabitants of Cracow and the surrounding area.
Old Valery enrolled in fall his business to Paulina after his death. Perhaps the beautiful Paulina Jaworski, owner of the Kromerowska building , was the person that he talked about his experiences.