Polish company 'Polska Grupa Energetyczna' recently commissioned a professional team to design an eco mural in the mountains of Bieszczady. The mural is one of the biggest in the world and measures 91 meters wide by 54 meters high.
The eco mural is located on the edge of Lake Solińskie, which is nestled in the heart of Poland's Bieszczady mountains. The mural itself spans the wall of an old barrage, which was initially covered with a tick layer of sediment. The team strategically removed the sediment by using a series of high-pressure water guns. The result of this process was an enormous mural that depicts the area’s unique wildlife and plant life.
The Polish company ultimately used the mural as a way of turning an old structure into the backdrop for a stunning piece of outdoor artwork.
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