Malopolska, Polish Promotion Poster

Malopolska - Lesser Poland Malopolskie krajobrazy Check also other posters from PLAKAT-POLSKA series Original Polish poster designer: Ryszard Kaja year: 2013 size:

Zalipies is a small village in the Malopolska region of Southern Poland. There is a tradition that cottage, barns, fences and wells are painted with beautiful murals of flowers, animals and other coloured motifs. Once a year a competition is held to judge the most beautiful.

The women of Zalipie, Poland started painting flowery designs on their homes years ago to cover soot stains produced by chimneys. Now their decorative tradition attracts international tourists hoping to catch a glimpse of the brightly colored murals.

Pieskowa Skala Castle is a Renaissance-era castle located in Poland's Malopolska region near Krakow.

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Pieskowa Skala Castle is a Renaissance-era castle located in Poland's Malopolska region near Krakow.

Kalwaria Zebrzydowska: the Mannerist Architectural and Park Landscape Complex and Pilgrimage Park, Lesser Poland (Malopolska).Voivodship (formerly Bielsko-Biala), Poland. Inscription in 1999. Criteria: (ii)(iv)

Kalwaria Zebrzydowska: the Mannerist Architectural and Park Landscape Complex and Pilgrimage Park, Lesser Poland (Malopolska).Voivodship (formerly Bielsko-Biala), Poland. Inscription in Criteria: (ii)(iv) UNESCO World Heritage Site

Castle in Niedzica province Malopolska.    Hungarian castle (in Slovak “Nedeca”, originally called Dunajec, 566 m altitude) was built between the years 1320 and 1326 by Koko¹ from Brezovica on foundations of a prehistoric roost. The castle was an important fortress of Polish-Hungarian relations and a centre of Dunajec and Zamagurie county.  Nowadays the castle is used as a museum.

Castle in Niedzica province Malopolska. Hungarian castle (in Slovak “Nedeca”, originally called Dunajec, 566 m altitude) was built between the years 1320 and 1326 by Koko¹ from Brezovica on foundations of a prehistoric roost. The castle was an important fortress of Polish-Hungarian relations and a centre of Dunajec and Zamagurie county. Nowadays the castle is used as a museum.

olg Polish log house, Ojców, Malopolska in traditional ultramarine limewash

olg Polish log house, Ojców, Malopolska in traditional ultramarine limewash

Cracow, Poland /  Kraków, Malopolska, Kraków - Opactwo Benedyktynów w Tyńcu, POLSKA

Cracow, Poland / Kraków, Malopolska, Kraków - Opactwo Benedyktynów w Tyńcu, POLSKA

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