Panorama Racławicka, Wrocław, a static panorama history painting by Wojciech Kossak and Jan Styka, opened to the public in 1894
Jenny Marx with her father Karl Marx in 1869
The cross she is wearing was not a sign of religious affiliation but symbolic of the Polish uprising of 1863.
The answer is a qualified no. We’d be curious to see a careful consideration of the same question for art museums, though our experience suggests it would come to similar conclusions.
Residents of Lwów gather in 1939 at Mickiewicz Square, secularized by the Soviets (from St. Mary’s Square) following the Battle of Lwów and renamed for the Adam Mickiewicz column that stands at its center. The Italian granite monument was carved by Antoni Popiel and erected in 1904.
Reblogged from zolotoivek
— Chris Marker—from the narrative of Sans Soleil, 1983