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Śląska Panna Olimpia, lat 20. Silesian Maiden Olympia, age 20. The young generation of Poland holds in high regard the superhuman effort of the Phoenix-like raising their fatherland from the ashes of WWII. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
Śląska Panna Olimpia, lat 20. Silesian Maiden Olympia, age 20. The young generation of Poland holds in high regard the superhuman effort of the Phoenix-like raising their fatherland from the ashes of WWII.

Villa Colonia, 14 Rapackiego Street, Wroclaw, Poland. A commemorative plaque says truth but after 'LIBERATION' words 'FROM GERMANS' should be added IN THIS HOUSE ON SUNDAY THE 6TH OF MAY 1945 WAS SIGNED THE ACT OF MILITARY SURRENDER OF THE NAZI CREW OF "FORTRESS WROCLAW."  THE BATTLE EFFORT OF SOVIET SOLDIERS RECOVERED THE PIAST CITY OF WROCLAW FOR POLAND. ON THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE LIBERATION OF WROCLAW. WROCLAW 6TH OF MAY 1975 Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
Villa Colonia, 14 Mariana Rapackiego Street, Wroclaw, Poland
A commemorative plaque says truth but after 'LIBERATION' words 'FROM GERMANS' should be added.
 W TYM DOMU W NIEDZIELĘ DNIA 6 MAJA 1945 ROKU PODPISANO AKT KAPITULACJI HITLEROWSKIEJ ZAŁOGI "TWIERDZY WROCŁAW". BOJOWY TRUD ŻOŁNIERZY RADZIECKICH PRZYWRÓCIŁ POLSCE PIASTOWSKI WROCŁAW. W XXX-TĄ ROCZNICĘ WYZWOLENIA WROCŁAWIA. WROCŁAW 6 MAJA 1975 ROKU - IN THIS HOUSE ON SUNDAY THE 6TH OF MAY 1945 WAS SIGNED THE ACT OF MILITARY SURRENDER OF THE NAZI CREW OF "FORTRESS WROCLAW."  THE BATTLE EFFORT OF SOVIET SOLDIERS RECOVERED THE PIAST CITY OF WROCLAW FOR POLAND. ON THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE LIBERATION OF WROCLAW. WROCLAW 6TH OF MAY 1975

Dr ing. Jan Nadwyczawski and his son-in-law. Jan's father, prof. dr ing. Wladyslaw Nadwyczawski was an outstanding Polish scientist based in what is now Agricultural University of Wroclaw, Poland, who in the 1950s pioneered the introduction of  maize cultivation in Poland. The family took care of Villa Colonia, not only preserved its structure and equipment of the epoch but enriched its modernistic style accordingly to the art of architectural conservation  (designer:  ing. Jan Majerski). Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
Dr ing. Jan Nadwyczawski and his son-in-law. Jan's father, prof. dr ing. Wladyslaw Nadwyczawski was an outstanding Polish scientist based in what is now Agricultural University of Wroclaw, Poland, who in the 1950s pioneered the introduction of  maize cultivation in Poland. The family took care of Villa Colonia, not only preserved its structure and equipment of the epoch but also enriched its modernistic style accordingly to the art of architectural conservation  (designer:  ing. Jan Majerski)
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