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Anna Sota / SEVEN SISTERS
Female orchestra in tourism. She graduated from AWF and Japanese philology. She works as a pilot, specialized and in love with Asia. She is also a licensed guide to Poznań and the surrounding area. She works in the “Visit Poznań” foundation.
"The chalk cliffs on the south coast of England, in the county of East Sussex on the English Channel. The protected within the scope of National Park, Seven Sisters rocks were created millions of years ago.
Both a beautiful and dangerous tourist attraction. Cliffs have steep edges and are destroyed by erosion. Breaking parts of rocks each year shorten them by about 40-50 centimeters. There are actually eight cliffs, and the name Seven Sisters is a reference to the seven sisters who lived in the area. An extraordinary place, and landscape motifs appear in many films and in British literature.”
– Anna Sota