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Budowa centrum chopinowskiego w warszawie
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Przy ul. Tamka 43 w Warszawie, zwrócone twarzą do Zamku Ostrogskich, w którym realizowane jest z rozmachem muzeum Chopina, powstaje Centrum Chopinowskie: nowoczesny ośrodek informacji chopinowskiej, miejsce, będące odpowiedzią na oczekiwania i potrzeby zarówno osób zawodowo związanych z muzyką, jak i tych, których ku tematyce tej kierują wyłącznie ich zainteresowania: melomanów, turystów, szukających chopinowskich ścieżek, najmłodszych, stojących dopiero u progu świadomego uczestnictwa w życiu kulturalnym.

Copyright: Konrad Łaszczyński
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Uploaded: 27/11/2009
Updated: 11/09/2014
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