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Wrocław’s Dwarfs Combine Soviet History with Contemporary Delight

A legacy that is so much more than the sum of its tiny parts

You wouldn’t know it at a quick glance, but Wrocław is full of dwarfs. The largest city in Western Poland is home to a collection of bronze statues that are about a foot tall. These dwarfs (krasnale in Polish) hide in various places within and just outside of the Old Town. Unlike trolls that live […]

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The Transformation of German Legacy via the Berlin Victory Column

A monument that embodies the transformation of Germany itself

Though it doesn’t tower over the skyline of Berlin like the Berlin Television Tower, the Berlin Victory Column, aka the Victory Column, aka Berlin Siegessäule, can still be seen from quite a distance. It is a monument that has a history directly and indirectly connected to the city of Berlin and nation of Germany. It […]

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Exploring the Economic and Cultural Impact of The Fremont Troll

The personification of a monumentous transformation in the Fremont Neighborhood of Seattle, WA

There are multiple approaches to enacting figurative and literal change to and for a neighborhood. Providing the people in that neighborhood with something to be proud of is an essential element in this kind of transformation, and it’s one the community of the Fremont neighborhood in Seattle, Washington focused on in their efforts to create […]

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