Tęcza (Warsaw)

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Address:
Plac Zbawiciela, Savior Square, XI, Śródmieście, Warsaw, Warszawa, Masovian Voivodeship, 00-573, Poland

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Description Tęcza (Warsaw)

Tęcza (pronounced [ˈtɛntʃa], meaning "rainbow") was an artistic construction in the form of a giant rainbow made of artificial flowers erected on the Savior Square (Plac Zbawiciela) in the Polish capital of Warsaw in the summer of 2012. It was maintained by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute. It was vandalized several times, generating significant media coverage in Polish media, usually in the context of LGBT rights in Poland. The construction was permanently removed in August 2015.


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