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   The second statue is at the very least enigmatic: a double portrait, in bust and foot, of a young man and whose hair and coat seem to fly in the wind. The full-length portrait "is surrounded" of a circular species of road (making think of the Saturn's rings) on which circulate some strange vehicles mounted by motorcylcists carrying a gas mask.

  On the indications of a bookseller, I could examined a small illustrated work, written by certain Axel Wappendorf, entitled "Encyclopaedia of present and future transport". One finds there a vehicle called "Monotrace" of which the rather summary representation corresponds rather well to the small motorcylcists of the Wola Justowska Park. Nevertheless, this book seems to me as odd as the first...

   There is behind the statue a engraved plate carrying this inscription: " WHILLELM of ISTURITZ, POET REBELS OF MYLOS. KRAK÷W, 757 ". Useless to specify that I could find mention of this character nowhere...


WHILLELM of ISTURITZ.

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