PRAGA – is an area of Warsaw on the right-hand bank of the Vistula River. During World War II, Praga was not badly damaged, so the specific Praga folklore has been preserved. You can find many gems here, such as shrines in the backyards of tenement houses and traditional craft workshops. Recently, Praga has become a very popular place among artists and tourists.
Street Art. In Praga
STREET ART is an art form that originated in the mid-1990s: graffiti, murals, stickers, and artwork. It is art without limits, free in its nature!
Looking for murals in the city is a creative pleasure and a way to spend time actively. There are many murals in Praga, and all of them can be reached by bike or on foot.
Unfortunately, time and weather conditions have a large negative impact on street works. Falling plaster from buildings, repairs of tenement houses, changeable weather mean that this extraordinary art is destroyed. So do not hesitate and start this fascinating journey today.
1. Duel [Duel], ul. Środkowa 23
2. The longer you wait for the future [Im dłużej czekasz na przyszłość], ul. Stalowa 38
3. Ania and columns [Ania i Kolumny], ul. Stalowa 50
4. Factory owner [Właściciel fabryki], ul. Stalowa 46
5. Mural [Mural], ul. Szwedzka 2/4
6. 63 days in the life in Warsaw [63 dni z życia Warszawy], ul. Grodzieńska 20
7. Temple [Świątynia], ul. Mała 8
8. Deyna [Deyna], ul. Inżynierska 4
9. Praga bag [Praska torba], ul. Inżynierska 3
10. Desperados [Desperados], ul. Ząbkowska 2
11. Little angel [Aniołek], ul. Ząbkowska 2
12. Deyna [Deyna], ul. Brzeska 16
13. Big goose [Wielka Gęś], ul. Brzeska 14a
14. Your mother of god [Twoja Matka Boska], ul. Brzeska 17a
Read more: https://stacjapraga.pl/spacery/street-art/