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Branicki Palace This sprawling palace complex in the late Baroque architectural style was developed in the 18th century by Jan Klemens Branicki, a military commander who had aspired to the throne of Poland. Visit the Branicki Palace website. Ludwik Zamenhof Centre The museum honors the creator of the universal language Esperanto. It is a story of his life and the language itself. Center presents the history of the city that has been shaped by coexistence of many nationalities, religions, cultures, customs and traditions.
Such a multicultural environment became an inspiration and a good ground for Ludwik Zamenhof to begin his work. He hoped the language facilitated communication and cooperation between all different groups.
The Centre has an Esperanto library and also holds concerts, film screenings, theater performances, and lectures, and workshops. Visit the Ludwig Zamenhof Centre's website. It also holds adult-oriented and experimental performances, including literary adaptations of works by esteemed authors like Nikolai Gogol and Thomas Bernhard. And the sprawling park that occupies over 35 acres near Branicki Palace is the perfect place to enjoy it. A playground is also in place for kids. Concerts are held in the summer next to the magnificent fountain on Valentine Avenue, which is illuminated at night.
They escaped persecution by the Germans. He established the first permanent company at the theater that stages performances here ever since then.
Today it caters to all expectations, from discerning, artistically minded theater-goers to children and lovers of humor and entertainment. Original works are performed as well as classical drama and modern works by Polish and foreign playwrights. It traces the city multicultural heritage long back in time. This Historical Museum houses the only in Poland collection of items related to the Tatar settlement of the Polish-Lithuanian-Belarussian region.