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Zelazowa wola schody do parku
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Żelazowa Wola – wieś w Polsce położona w województwie mazowieckim, w powiecie sochaczewskim, w gminie Sochaczew, nad rzeką Utratą, znana jako miejsce urodzenia Fryderyka Chopina. W latach 1975-1998 miejscowość położona była w województwie skierniewickim.


We wsi znajduje się muzeum Dom Urodzenia Fryderyka Chopina (Oddział Muzeum Fryderyka Chopina zarządzanego przez Narodowy Instytut Fryderyka Chopina w Warszawie). Dworek otacza park urządzony w latach 1932-1939 według projektu Franciszka Krzywdy Polkowskiego. W pobliżu znajduje się pomnik kompozytora wykonany przez Józefa Gosławskiego. 1,5 km od Żelazowej Woli znajduje się zabytkowy, wciąż czynny młyn w Chodakowie należący do rodziny Repszów.

Żelazowa Wola jest również miejscem urodzenia Henryka Szerynga, wybitnego skrzypka który się tutaj urodził w 1918 a zmarł w Kassel w 1988.

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