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Poster of the building of the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw. The building was designed by the Scandinavian firm Lahdelma & Mahlamäki. The museum was constructed on the ruins of the Jewish district, vis-à-vis the Monument to the Heroes of the Ghetto. On its façade, you can see the inscription "Polin" – a word composed of two Hebrew elements: "po" (here) and "lin" (you will rest). According to legend, Jews fleeing from various European countries in the 10th/11th century heard these words from singing birds when they arrived in Poland.

Polin Museum in Warsaw

  • Each poster was designed and made by me digitally. After purchase, the poster is printed on 200g matte paper and sent in a cardboard tube.

    It is possible to change the background color at the buyer's request - without affecting the price of the poster. It is possible to change the size of the poster - the price may change depending on the size. The price does not include the frame shown in the photo.

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