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In his book lapidarium, Ryszard Kapuscinski describes lapidarium as a place where stones, fragments of sculptures, structures of archaeological interest are exhibited. A place where history gathers, a collage of time and places.

Just like the following pictures of my photo series lapidarium, they form a collage or mosaic of different time frames and places, different borders and corners of our world, observations by a traveller, brought back and together in my ‘lapidarium’ as a whole, continuous series.