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The Mural Art of Pilsen: Part 3

2014/04/10

photo by Ramona Pozek

“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” -Pablo Picasso

 

photo by Ramona Pozek

photo by Ramona Pozek

photo by Ramona Pozek

photo by Ramona Pozek

 

photo by Ramona Pozek

photo by Ramona Pozek

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  1. 2014/04/10 6:12 pm

    That’s an incredible Mural, so much emotion in one painting :O

  2. 2014/04/11 7:26 pm

    Its an amazing piece. I really wished that I could get it all in one shot but it was just too large. There are so many wonderful murals in Pilsen.

  3. 2014/04/11 9:46 pm

    I hope you’ll cover some more? 🙂

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