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Lublin Plac Litewski
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Plac Litewski – plac w Lublinie, powstały w latach 20. XIX wieku w celu urządzania parad wojskowych. Od jego pierwotnego przeznaczenia pochodzi jego dawna nazwa – plac Musztry. Obecnie plac jest centralnym miejscem w Lublinie, odbywają się tu ceremonie państwowe, a także happeningi i inne imprezy, takie jak sylwester.

Tereny dzisiejszego placu wpisują się w historię Lublina od wielu lat. W XVI wieku przez dzisiejszy plac prowadziła droga ku mostowi na Czechówce, do traktu na Warszawę. Wtedy to tereny te należały do Radziwiłłów[2], a w XVII wieku stały się własnością Józefa Karola Lubomirskiego, potem jego córki Marii Anny, żony Pawła Karola Sanguszki. Po Sanguszkach właścicielami placu byli Szepetyccy, a w roku 1801, na publicznej licytacji, nabył go Beniamin Finke i ofiarował rządowi.

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