300 years ago the settlers from Bamberg arrived in the Greater Poland region. The exhibition is an occasion to reflect upon relations between locals and the settlers. How they were seen by the locals and to what extent prejudice affected their opinion? What stereotypes were prevalent? The exhibition creates an opportunity to extend knowledge about the settlers and confront existing stereotypes. It attempts to answer an old question - how much truth is contained in stories and opinions passed on from generation to generation, and how distorted and harmful they can potentially be.