On 10th November 2016 in the Arsenal Museum of Fortifications and Weaponry took place an exhibition entitled " Bardejov- The world heritage of Unesco”, organized by the City of Bardejov, Szarisk Museum in Bardejov, The General Consulate of the Slovak Republic in Cracow and the Slovak Institute in Warsaw.
Bardejov - one of the oldest Slovak towns, inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage Listis. The buildings in the historic centre are included in the Town Monument Reserve. Bardejov is spoken of as the most Gothic of towns in Slovakia. Its centre consists of a set of historical buildings arranged in the area limited by an almost continuous belt of town fortifications. The principal area of the historical core is the rectangular Radničné námestie square skirted by rows of antique burgher houses with typical gable facades.
Beauty of oldest Slovak towns you can see on temporary exhibition "Bardejov- The world heritage of Unesco" from 11th November till the December 2016.