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Photo Print - Warsaw Old Town Barbakan & Wall

by Polart Item #: PRINT018
15% off
On the border of Warsaw's Old Town and New Town stands the Barbican, a 16th century-built fortification meant to protect the city from invaders. It was built by Jan Baptist the Venetian, an Italian renaissance architect who lived in Poland.

During World War II, the Barbican (as well as almost all of Warsaw) was destroyed in the fighting. After the war, in the 1950's, the Barbican and the Old Town were rebuilt from old drawings and pictures. Today, it is a very popular tourist attraction.

These beautiful, scenic prints reveal the beauty of Poland in great detail. Printed by a professional photo studio to make your prints last.

Available sizes include 5"x7", 8"x10", 11"x14", 12"x18", 16"x20", and 20"x30".

Please Note: Depending on the image's aspect ratio, minimal cropping may be necessary to fit within the selected image size. The photograph received may not be exactly as pictured.