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Throughout , together with the invited artists, we will be watching them work in the studio to see the results at the end of the year in a shared space for presentation. We do not resort to the classics but examine the fact of creating contexts in a specific mental place of thinking, its boundaries being defined by our language. Will the "national collection" be shaped in the future from the shattered prisms of various fields and links related to our global community without the myth-creating heroic ethos? Let's give away our bodies to our national artists!

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We will send you an email with a new password, which you can change after logging in to your account. The city is related to the Kings of Poland from its foundation period. Wladyslaw Lokietek located the city in and 24 years later it was the stage of the Kazimierz Wielki won over the Tatars and granted the town privileges resulting in the walls erection. In Lublin Wladyslaw Jagiello was elected a king starting the house of Jagiellonians at the same time and in the Union of Lublin treaty was signed joining Polish Crown with the Ground Duchy of Lithuania. The footprints of those events are still visible today, in the topography of the city surrounded by the merchant houses in the coral part or picturesque streets that are limited with the city gates like: the Cracow Gate or the City Gate. In the vicinity of the market the Lublin Castle is located, housing the modern Lublin Museum.

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Top Choice Historic Site in Lublin. Majdanek concentration camp, where tens of thousands of people, mainly Jews, were murdered by the Germans during WWII, lies on the outskirts of Lublin — guard towers and barbed-wire fences interrupting the Cemetery in Lublin. The old Jewish cemetery, established in , has odd readable tombstones, including the oldest Jewish tombstone in Poland in its original location.