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Christian Behrens: Allegorie auf die Fischerei in Breslau, Polen (1883), Христиан Беренц: Аллегория рыболовства во Вроцлаве, Польша (1883)
Christian Behrens: Allegory of the Fishing, 1883. Be guided by Miss Love through Wroclaw Art and Spirit
Christian Behrens: Allegorie auf die Fischerei in Breslau, Polen (1883), Христиан Беренц: Аллегория рыболовства во Вроцлаве, Польша (1883)

Christian Behrens: Allegorie auf die Fischerei in Breslau, Polen (1883), Христиан Беренц: Аллегория рыболовства во Вроцлаве, Польша (1883)Breast Winged Siren of Wroclaw, detail of the Christian Behrens: Allegory of the Fishing, 1883, in front of National Museum in Wroclaw, Poland. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat

Wave reaching shore of the Baltic Sea in Polish Western Pomerania. The name Pomerania comes from Slavic po more, which means Land at the Sea. The Baltic coastline of Poland is 770 km / 479 miles long, (9.5 % of the total coastline of the Baltic Sea,  8100 km / 5033 miles). Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Wave reaching shore of the Baltic Sea in Polish Western Pomerania. The name Pomerania comes from Slavic po more, which means Land at the Sea. The Baltic coastline of Poland is 770 km / 479 miles long, (9.5 % of the total coastline of the Baltic Sea,  8100 km / 5033 miles). Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat. Walter Crane: The Horses of Neptune, 1892, Konie Neptuna, Уолтер Крейн Лошади Нептуна, Neptūno Arkliai, Neptūna Zirgi, Neptuni hobused,  Neptunuksen Hevoset, Hästar av Neptune, Neptunes hester, Die Rosse des Neptun
Walter Crane: The Horses of Neptune, 1892, Konie Neptuna, Уолтер Крейн Лошади Нептуна, Neptūno Arkliai, Neptūna Zirgi, Neptuni hobused,  Neptunuksen Hevoset, Hästar av Neptune, Neptunes hester, Die Rosse des Neptun

Wave reaching shore of the Baltic Sea in Polish Western Pomerania. The name Pomerania comes from Slavic po more, which means Land at the Sea. The Baltic coastline of Poland is 770 km / 479 miles long, (9.5 % of the total coastline of the Baltic Sea,  8100 km / 5033 miles). Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat. Walter Crane: The Horses of Neptune, 1892, Konie Neptuna, Уолтер Крейн Лошади Нептуна, Neptūno Arkliai, Neptūna Zirgi, Neptuni hobused,  Neptunuksen Hevoset, Hästar av Neptune, Neptunes hester, Die Rosse des Neptun Two sister sirens flying over The Baltic Sea in the Kolobrzeg Area, before taking the direction for Warsaw, the capital of Poland (the Siren of Warsaw armed with sword) and for Wroclaw, the capital of Polish Silesia (the Breast Winged Siren of Wroclaw). Sirens also known as mermaids had their real life predecessors named dugongs, in Polish piersiopławki (breast winged). They once inhabited the water of the Mediterranean and possibly of the Baltic Sea. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat

Une sirène en passant par la place du Marché, Wroclaw, Pologne, la chaud canicule de 2015 A mermaid passing through The Market Square, Wroclaw. Poland, the hot holidays 2015. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
La petite sirène en grandissant a adulte sirène. The little mermaid growing up into adult one, dolce far niente genre scene, Wroclaw, Poland. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat

Une sirène en passant par la place du Marché, Wroclaw, Pologne, la chaud canicule de 2015 A mermaid passing through The Market Square, Wroclaw. Poland, the hot holidays 2015. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Une sirène en passant par la place du Marché, Wroclaw, Pologne, la chaud canicule de 2015. A mermaid passing through The Market Square, Wroclaw. Poland, the hot holidays 2015. Occasionally the Wroclaw syren is seen emerging from the Odra River. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
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