VIDEO: Featuring contributions from over 75 artists, in just 1:11 minutes the film viewers on a journey through Poland, from cities buzzing with life to the peacefulness of the countryside.
Oozing irresistible charm, it’s easy to lose track of time inside this museum; peering into the past, lost in a world of miniature, those who visit find themselves beckoned into a beguiling, distant land that is simultaneously enchanting and extraordinary.
TFN takes a wander round the streets of Osiedle Przyjaźń: a little-known and fascinating corner of Warsaw, built to house Soviet builders working on the Palace of Culture.
With plenty of greenery and water features, the park will also include paving arranged asymmetrically to form a “phantom” map of a city that does not exist, a reference to the buildings in Warsaw that were destroyed during WWII.
It is not so much the palace itself as the surrounding square that has now become the centre of attention