A lot of factors shaped the development of the Wilamowicean folk architecture. Among them was the growth of the weaving industry, the traditional occupations of the local residents and the fact that they were able to buy their way out of feudal services in 1808.
Faculty of "Artes Liberales", youth from Wilamowice and Wilamowianie Association have the pleasure of inviting for theater play in Wymysiöeryś languange entitled „Hobbit. Hejn ȧn cyryk” on Friday 26th February 2016 at 12 am in Teatr Polski (Kazimierza Karasia 2 Street).
a play starring child students of Wymysiöeryś. It was performed during an international conference on language revitalization. Screenplay by Tiöma fum Dökter, set design and costumes by Jüśja fum Biöetuł.
Tymoteusz Król has been teaching Wymysorys since July 2011. He has also gathered extensive language documentation (more than 500 hours of recording featuring nicknames, folk tales, family stories, personal accounts, biographies, 40 songs, folk dress descriptions, genealogy, everyday talks, town history, customs and traditions).
The traditional language of the Southern Polish town of Wilamowice, Wymysorys is the smallest language in the West Germanic family. If not for recent efforts to engage the town’s younger population in learning their traditional language, Wymysorys would be considered moribund, with only isolated cases of children learning the language since the conclusion of the Second World War.