Opening of The Slowacki Museum in Krzemieniec

The Juliusz Slowacki Museum has opened in the Slowacki family manor house in Krzemieniec (Ukraine) with an exhibition entitled JULIUSZ SLOWACKI'S "HOUR OF THOUGHT". The exhibition, its title a reference to Slowacki's 1833 poem HOUR OF THOUGHT, presents Slowacki's manuscripts, books and drawings as well as painted portraits of family members.

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