Commonwealth by Adam Wardin, released 10 January 2008 1. Commonwealth I 2. Commonwealth II 3. Commonwealth III 4. Commonwealth IV 5. Commonwealth V 6. Commonwealth VI 7. Commonwealth VII 8. Commonwealth VIII 9. Commonwealth IX 10. Commonwealth X Music for the exhibition. Commonwealth of Diverse Cultures: Poland's Heritage is an international educational exhibition which presents the history of tolerance and cohabitation of various ethnic groups in the territory of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
A Commonwealth of Diverse Cultures: Poland’s Heritage is an international educational exhibition which presents the history of tolerance and cohabitation of various ethnic groups in the territory of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and is addressed primarily to foreigners all around the world. The project was realised by the National Library of Poland. Poland’s Heritage: A Commonwealth of Diverse C. posted with vodspot.
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This very interactive and visually stimulating exploration of Polish heritage was created through a unique partnership between The National Library of Poland, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Ministry of Cultural and National Heritage. Entering the site, visitors will hear a dramatic musical score and a series of sections that allow them to look through the French, Lithuanian, Italian, and German influences on Polish culture throughout the centuries