Wow! This museum in Poland is covered in the most gorgeous fall leaves you will ever see
Well, it’s November, which means it’s officially fall and almost the holiday season! To commemorate, (because celebrations are everything), there’s a totally rad museum in Poland that’s covered in leaves — or rather, covered in the the most gorgeous fall leaves you will ever see in your life! We’re not exaggerating! The red, orange, yellows, and greens trickle across and down the old bricks of the National Museum in Wroclaw Poland. What comes of it appears to be a rainbow-like pattern and it’s giving us all the fall feels for sure! It is the season for all those spectacular colors, but this museum is on a whole other level!
Take a look for yourself in the photos below—have you ever seen anything like this?! BRB! We’ll be dreaming of it for the rest of the year!
That red, though! So vibrant and crisp, it just screams fall! This cool place, established in 1947, is all the #goals indeed! Inside, the contents are said to be one of the largest collections of contemporary art in Poland. Even the birds can’t help but fly overhead to get just one more look (and we don’t blame them)!
There are a few unique shots of the brick building. This one has a more subdued color effect but it’s still just as amazing.
After looking at those pictures, no building will be quite as magnificent — unless covered by equally beautiful leaves. Fall gives us so many wonderful things to look forward to: hot drinks, pumpkin picking, holiday baking, and now, pictures like this.