Famous Polish Personalities in Heidelberg

Famous Polish Personalities in Heidelberg

Numerous Polish intellectuals and artists have contributed to the myth of Heidelberg as a romantic city. Romanticists such as Adam Mickiewicz and Zygmunt Krasinski visited and wrote about the city. During the revolutionary movement of 1848/49, General Ludwig Mieroslawski joined the fight for democracy in Baden, saying: “for your and our freedom”. Fryderyk Chopin gave a concert in the baroque palace, today the Kurpfälzisches Museum. Discover all these new aspects of Heidelberg’s history.

Meeting Point: Main Entrance to the Stadthalle (Convention Hall)

Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin 1835

Tel: 06221-409771
email: gw.skolaut@t-online.de

The tour is available for booking in German and Polish.