Stony stairs corner

The Stony Stairs is a name of a very narrow, short street at the Old Town Warsaw. The steep stairs take you down from busy heart of Old Town streets down to the Vistula River. But those stylized lanterns just draw your eyes with the simplicity of shape and the repeating pattern. With the right point of view, they create one entity, like links of the chain.

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