Poland: Krakow By Steven Garcia, Joel Anderson, 2018


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Did you know that the name “Poland” originates from Polanie, meaning “People living in open fields”? Poland has a rich history, and a complicated one. This country has been invaded and has subsequently fought for its freedom more than 40 times. Yet in all the struggle and embattlement for its freedom, the country managed somehow to maintain its cities, its historic buildings, and its arts and culture. Some of that can be witnessed in this vintage travel poster by Anderson Design Group. A hand-drawn, lettered, and painted illustration styled after the artwork of the early-20th century, this illustration features a sunny day in Krakow, the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. To learn more about this country and its various attractions and points of interest, check out the website for Poland Travel.

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