A popular Polish tourist destination has been transformed as billboards and advertising banners have been removed from town streets. Wisla, a mountain resort lying not far from the Czech border, passed a law regulating and limiting street advertising in November 2020. The law required advertisers to get rid of the unsightly advertising by June 12. A series of before-and-after photographs entitled 'Wisla Unveils Herself' shows streets transformed. Fences once littered with advertising banners are now covered by creepers, and billboards have been removed from the sides of roads, allowing visitors to admire the town's beautiful natural surroundings.