Europe, Poland, Silesia, Wroclaw, Zbigniew Halat Photography
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Śląska Panna Olimpia, lat 20. Silesian Maiden Olympia, age 20. Romantic and vigilant. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
Śląska Panna Olimpia, lat 20. Silesian Maiden Olympia, age 20. Romantic and vigilant.

The World's first monument to the victims of Stalinism with commemorative plate: TO THOSE WHO HAVE REBUILT POLAND AND DEVELOPED HER REGAINED TERRITORIES, ON THE 50th ANNIVERSARY. POLISH NATION. Further on the way to The National Forum of Music can be seen a huge (1.5 m, 5 feet diameter), made of black steel by Jerzy Kalina, ingenious sculptor The Wedding Ring of Polish National Hero Cavalry Captain Witold Pilecki who gave his life battling two totalitarian regimes of the 20th century. Wroclaw is a city regained by non-Jewish survivors of the (almost unknown in the West) Holocaust of non-Jews in Poland, done by German and Russian genocidal states which planned, as Hitler put it: "to kill without pity or mercy all men, women, and children of the Polish race or language". This is why in Wroclaw so many monuments commemorate Victims of the Holocaust of the Poles, persecuted and murdered by the Germans and Russians. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
The World's first monument to the victims of Stalinism with commemorative plate: TO THOSE WHO HAVE REBUILT POLAND AND DEVELOPED HER REGAINED TERRITORIES, ON THE 50th ANNIVERSARY. POLISH NATION. Further on the way to The National Forum of Music can be seen a huge (1.5 m, 5 feet diameter), made of black steel by Jerzy Kalina, ingenious sculptor The Wedding Ring of Polish National Hero Cavalry Captain Witold Pilecki who gave his life battling two totalitarian regimes of the 20th century. Wroclaw is a city regained by non-Jewish survivors of the (almost unknown in the West) Holocaust of non-Jews in Poland, done by German and Russian genocidal states which planned, as Hitler put it: "to kill without pity or mercy all men, women, and children of the Polish race or language". This is why in Wroclaw so many monuments commemorate Victims of the Holocaust of the Poles, persecuted and murdered by the Germans and Russians.

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