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Sri Lanka Through a Lens
October 22, 2008   
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An exhibition called Different Faces of a Paradise Island is on at the Kinoteka cinema at 1 Defilad Sq. in Warsaw until Oct. 30. The exhibition features photos by award-winning photographers Grzegorz Torzecki, Zdenek Thomy, Maciej Fiszer, Adam Golec, and Mikołaj Nesterowicz. Each artist focuses on a different topic, such as Sri Lankan women, tea plantations, and nature.

"Sri Lanka is a land of tea, smiling people, beautiful landscapes, huge and countless statues of Buddha, soaring mountain peaks, plains at the ocean coast, high temperatures and refreshing cool air, skyscrapers and ancient ruins," says Piotr Witomski, the man behind the project who spent many months on the island.

The exhibition is part of the Days of Tea, a nationwide campaign sponsored by Dilmah to promote tea drinking in Poland.

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