On the occasion of the LFV’s 100th anniversary, an open-air exhibition composed of 18 large-format panels has been created to share with LFV’s students, teachers and staff, as well as with the general public, the memory of the school and the portraits of some of its most renowned alumni. This exhibition is displayed on the gates of the school in Saska Kępa, ul. Walecznych, as well as in its garden.
The Centenary exhibition was set-up on Wednesday, July 1st on the gates and in the garden of the Lycée français de Varsovie in Saska Kępa and will remain on display for the rest of 2020.
It presents the main events that shaped the school from its founding in 1919 to its closure in 1939 with the outbreak of the Second World War. A total of 6 panels are dedicated to the life paths of former LFV headmasters and teachers, and 8 to former students.
The exhibition benefits from the patronage of the French Embassy in Poland and was made possible thanks to the financial support of the company Mayland.
The exhibition is also available online: LFV Centenary Exhibition
Do not hesitate to come and check it out on spot!