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Lublin, ktorego nie ma: A Lublin That No Longer Exists
Lublin, ktorego nie ma:  A Lublin That No Longer Exists

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Lublin is a unique city with a centuries-old tradition that delights with its richness and diversity of architecture. Today we invite you for a walk around the non-existent Lublin. The images captured in the frame reflect the atmosphere of the city from years ago.
In front of us is the Jewish district and Szeroka Street - the oldest street in Podzamcze, where the life of Lublin Jews was centered. Next we see a horse racing track that was once full of excited spectators. Time has left its mark on the city. Streets, buildings, monuments, bridges disappeared, and industrial plants were destroyed or transformed. There is no point in looking for the famous "Pod Sosnami" bar, which was a meeting place for Lublin's inhabitants spending their free time at the Zemborzycki Reservoir. There is no longer a trace of the parachute tower on Aleje Racławickie or the monument of Gratitude on Litewski Square, and in the place of the former synagogue there is a busy Aleja Tysiąclecia.
The Lublin that doesn't exist is a story about places that have been creating the landscape of the city for decades - a vibrant, multicultural, industrial and university city. A city described by the poet Józef Czechowicz and photographed by Edward Hartwig.
Let's see how Lublin has changed, discover forgotten places and go on a sentimental journey
  • Hardcover
  • 161 pages
  • Black and white hostorical photos on glossy paper
  • Size 9" x 9"
  • 2018
  • Printed On Lodz

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