Muzeum Fryderyka Chopina w Warszawie
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Located in the historical Ostrogski Castle, it is one of the few multimedia biographical museums in Europe. Among the exhibits you will find the composer's last piano and manuscripts of his letters and compositions.
The Pleyel grand piano the composer played for the last two years of his life is the most valuable item on display. Apart from the instrument, other personal belongings of the composer can be viewed and admired at the museum, letter and sheet music manuscripts included. Museum has the largest…
Fryderyk Chopin is one of the most famous Varsovians. The composer spent half of his thirty-nine years in the capital city.
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