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Gusin - Maria Konopnicka mansion of the nineteenth century
Poland

Gusin. Mansion built in the first half of the nineteenth century, located in a small park surrounded by residues and pine forest. In the years 1872-1877 she lived and created here Maria Konopnicka. Here was a collection of poems, "Z łąk i pól", and positively reviewed by Henryk Sienkiewicz's poem "W górach".

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