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Hasior's Organ, a controversial 1966 monument by a Polish sculptor Władysław Hasior (1928-1999), dedicated to "all those who died for establishing the Communist rule in this region". 
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Hasior's Organ, a controversial 1966 monument by a Polish sculptor Władysław Hasior (1928-1999), dedicated to "all those who died for establishing the Communist rule in this region".
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Hasior's OrganHasior's Organ in 2007Hasior's Organ in 2007
Interior of the wooden church in Szczawa (1958-1963). 
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Interior of the wooden church in Szczawa (1958-1963).
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The wooden church in SzczawaThe wooden church in SzczawaTwo churches in Szczawa
On the trail from Jurków to Mogielica (1170 m) in the Beskid Wyspowy mountain range. 
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On the trail from Jurków to Mogielica (1170 m) in the Beskid Wyspowy mountain range.
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On the summit of Mogielica (1170 m) in the Beskid Wyspowy mountain range. 
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On the summit of Mogielica (1170 m) in the Beskid Wyspowy mountain range.
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On the virgin trail from Krzystonów to Półrzeczki in the Beskid Wyspowy mountain range. 
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On the virgin trail from Krzystonów to Półrzeczki in the Beskid Wyspowy mountain range.
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Thursday, Nov 2, 2017: On the walls of Palácio da Pena in Sintra, Portugal
Palácio da Pena
Czy to już jest koniec? :( (widz)
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