Millions were loved by Franceszek Pichka! One of the most famous and distinguished Polish actors, he is best known for his roles in productions such as “Czterej pancerni i pies”, “Perła w koronie”, “Wesele” or “Chłopi”. His last most famous role was Stachu Japycz in the TV movie “Ranch”. He was loved not only by viewers, but also by colleagues. The artist died on September 23 at the age of 94. The funeral of the distinguished actor was held on September 29 in the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Warsaw, Valenica. He was buried in the Alexandrov cemetery. It’s been less than two weeks since the artist’s last farewell. What does his grave look like now?
The last farewell to Francesc Pichka. This is what his grave looks like
The O2.pl portal refers to an entry posted in social media by Wiktor Ćwikliński, a member of the fan club of the “Ranch” series. He showed a moving picture of Pesca’s burial place and wrote: “(…) The grave is very easy to find, after entering the main gate, follow the middle alley and at the end of the cemetery you will notice a new burial, now full of flowers. ” Really grave Francesc Pechka Literally drown in flowers and wreaths. This view is remarkable!
Francesc Pichka is dead. Born in Upper Silesia
Francesc Pichka was born on January 18, 1928 in Godów in Upper Silesia. During his acting career, he has received many awards. In 2011, he was awarded the Grand Cross of Bologna Restituta for outstanding services to national culture. In 2015, he was awarded the Polish Eagle Life Achievement Award. In 2017, he was awarded the Order of the White Eagle. Last year, the Polish Filmmakers Association honored the actor with a special award from the Polish Filmmakers Association for his lifetime achievement.
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