Both reconstructed buildings served important functions in the former Lublin. For five centuries, the parish church was the most important Catholic temple in the city. Its shape filled today’s Po Farze Square, and the tower towered high above the city. The temple was expanded and modified several times. This is what the Tourist Lublin application shows. The user can observe the figure of the Fara in its five scenes, from the twelfth to the nineteenth century. What’s more interesting – it can be visited from the inside.
In turn, the water tower from the end of the 19th century supplied Lublin with drinking water for 50 years. Its body stylized as a tower was decorated with neo-Gothic elements. The tower used to appear on postcards and was an important landmark in the city. Both objects can be observed at scale or real size and rotated around their axis.
The premiere of the application took place at Po Farze Square, with the participation of the media and the President of Lublin, Krzysztof Żuk.