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Posters "Maps of the world"
poster from the series "Maps of the world" presents the most beautiful countries in the world, those that are often chosen as a destination by tourists from all over the world. The leading theme, "Map", is shown in a perverse, unconventional way - it only complements the presented scenery, not its main element. This poster shows Poland and what is most characteristic about its landscape - rape fields and storks. The series aims to show the beauty of these countries, focusing mainly on nature, not on urban buildings. Each poster shows one of the most recognizable landscape features of a given country. The entire series of "World Maps" has been prepared by a young artist from Tczew, Karolina Wiśniewska.
This poster depicts a special region, Germany. The poster of Germany shows a beautiful view of the picturesque Königssee, which is considered to be the most beautiful and cleanest alpine lake in Germany and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Germany. The lake is natural, having been formed after the last glaciation, and since it is surrounded by steep slopes on all sides, it is sometimes compared to a fjord. The difference in height from its surface to the summit of Watzmann is more than 2100 m, and its eastern wall descending towards the lake is 1750 m and is one of the highest in the Alps. It ranks 12th on the list of the country's 100 most interesting places. The panorama shows St. Bartholomew's Church on the Königssee, a Roman Catholic pilgrimage church built in 1134.