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Collection of regions of Poland #1
Collection of posters "Region of Poland"
The Tatra Mountains poster from the series "Regions of Poland". The series presents the most beautiful regions of Poland, both the larger, the more famous and the smaller ones. The series aims to show the beauty of our country in a beautiful and interesting way. This poster of the Tatra Mountains, as well as the entire series, was made especially for us by the artist from Poznań. The foreground of the poster shows spruces and brown bear. There are mountains in the background.
Tatry posters present a beautiful, graphic representation of our Polish mountains. poster with the Tatras is one of the posters in the "Regions of Poland" series. The balanced and calm colors of the Tatras poster make the illustration a bit mysterious and perfectly show us the mysticism of the mountains. This motif is an obligatory element of the interior design of people who have a special feeling for the Tatra Mountains and love being close to nature. Due to the colors used Tatry poster fits beautifully with any style. Tatry poster will be a lovely complement to a living room or bedroom in a Scandinavian, rustic, minimalist and modern style.
Tatra Mountains are the highest mountain range in Carpathians. The Tatras are protected by the establishment of the Polish and Slovak Tatra National Park in their area and by belonging to the UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves. The highest peak in Poland is located in the Tatras - Rysy 2499m above sea level