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Best Of 2011

(December 16th – 31st, 2011)

Borut Bencak

Vernazza 2011

Zoltán Bánfalvy

Exhibition: Colors of the Nation

Tapolca-Diszel, Hungary

August 24, 2011, 09:15 UTC (11:15 local time)

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© 2011 Zoltán Bánfalvy, Some Rights Reserved. Creative Commons License

This is an Image Museum or Art Gallery located in Tapolca-Diszel village at the Balaton Uplands.
It was an abadoned watermill which was rebuilt during the '90s.
The reconstruction was made according to the plans of Péter Mújdricza, who also planned The Wooden Church of Magyarföld.
I took this panorama during the "Colors of the Nation" exhibition. The Red-White-Green are the national colors of Hungary, red for the blood spilled for the fatherland, white for freedom and green for the land, for the pastures of Hungary.

Látványtár official homepage

Ez a panoráma az "Egy + 1 : A rózsaszínről és a nemzet színeiről" c. kiállítás idején készült a Látványtárban, ami valójában két kiállítás volt térben és időben egy helyen.

Europe / Hungary

Lat: 46° 53' 15.07" N
Long: 17° 29' 48.88" E

Elevation: 120

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