Passage / Przejscie, Wroclaw, Poland



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About 500m south of the Franciscan Church of SS Stanislaus, Wenceslas and Dorothy, south of the Old Town, is a fascinating sculpture called Passage, which shows a group of seven bronze pedestrians literally being swallowed into the pavement, only to re-emerge on the other side of the street. It's by Jerzy Kalina and was unveiled in 2005 to mark the 24th anniversary of the declaration of martial law.
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Date Created 5/3/2009

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EdLee Over 1 year ago
Interesting! Could you geo-tag this so we can find it on a map? Thanks.
David-Photosynth-Team Over 1 year ago
Yes! And if possible, give us shome highlights, so people can easily find the great parts of this wonderful synth.
dariusmonsef Over 1 year ago
What's the story behind these statues?
EdLee Over 1 year ago
Thanks for the geotag! The shiny metal surfaces are tricky to synth. Here's another sculpture synth:
JackHalb Over 1 year ago
Thanks, that's really a great synth. And nearly 1000 views are well deserved. I made a synth of Wroclaw myself, And I thought I'd share the link here:
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