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Polish National Museum plans 100 years of Polish independence

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Victoria Bieniek 09.01.2018 16:06
  • Polish National Museum plans 100 years of Polish independence
The National Museum in Warsaw has presented its plans for the celebrations to mark 100 years since Poland regained its independence.
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The National Museum on Monday announced a programme of celebrations called "3xIndependent" which will include three exhibitions entitled: "Paderewski", "Józef Brandt 1841-1915" and "Independent 1918".

Agnieszka Morawińska, the director of the National Museum in Warsaw, underlined that the three exhibitions in various ways present the drive to freedom, and the celebration of independence.

"These are three different exhibitions. The first presents one of the fathers of Poland's independence, the second shows historically an outstanding Polish painter who fought for freedom with his works, while the third is a compilation of how the moment of regaining of independence was seen and presented by various artists," Morawińska said.

Poland will celebrate its independence on 11 November 2018, 100 years after the signing of the armistice that ended the First World War on 11 November 1918 which led to Poland returning to the map of Europe after more than 100 years of partitions and foreign rule.

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