Relationships between cities are remarkable phenomena.
Many factors shape these relationships as cities develop.
The creative exchange of ideas,the migration of residents and the emergence of economic and political relations require the existence of conditions conductive to building a commonwealth independent of geographical distance.
It is no idle assertion that there can hardly be two cities on the map of Europe with more numerous connections than Kraków and Budapest.
We dreamed about telling the story of the Budapest-Kraków friendship, and our sense of responsibility for the common memory of two cities and two nations spurred us to undertake the task of building this story.