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"Requiem for the dead" - Outdoor Sculpture
Poland

"Requiem for the dead" - Outdoor Sculpture, author: Janina Barcicka.

Outdoor Sclpture, formed under the Polish National Sculpture Meeting Mielec in 1969 and 1979, and in the 80s under the Recreation and Culture Park in Mielec.

Copyright: Robert Pipala
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Загружена: 17/10/2011
Обновлено: 04/09/2014
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Tags: poland; polska; mielec; outdoor; sculpture; art; trees
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