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Poland Through Foreign Eyes
November 30, 2010   
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Poland Through Foreign Eyes, the latest album of photographs by Swedish-born photographer Georg Van Der Weyden, was launched Nov. 9 in Warsaw.

Having spent 15 years working in Sweden, Denmark and England, Van Der Weyden decided to relocate to Poland shortly before it joined the EU in 2004. He chose Poland considering it a more picturesque country than others.

After a journey across Poland, Van Der Weyden felt inspired to come up with his own vision of the country in photographs. His new book is divided into chapters which tackle historical events, lifestyles and moods, forming a bigger picture of the complexity of Poland and Polish people. The album has generated considerable interest from buyers in Poland and abroad.

For further information on Van Der Weyden and his book go to www.polandeyes.com
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