Happy birthday Moniuszko!

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06 May 2019

Poznan / Poland

The Haunted Manor/ Straszny Dwór

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Dear Jubilarian!

Today, May 5, we celebrated your 200th birthday. It was thanks to you that we could meet and celebrate, listen to songs from the House Songbook and see "Halka". Thanks to you, children who have not even three years have learned to play with sounds and music. It was thanks to you that we ate your birthday cake and went through Poznań with a singing procession. Thanks to you, these and all other attractions took place. Thank you!

Moniuszko forever!


Drogi Jubilacie!

To właśnie dziś - 5 maja - obchodziliśmy Twoje dwusetne urodziny. To dzięki Tobie mogliśmy się spotkać i świętować, wysłuchać pieśni ze Śpiewnika Domowego i zobaczyć "Halkę". Także dzięki Tobie dzieci niemające nawet trzech lat uczyły się zabawy dźwiękami i muzyką. To dzięki Tobie zjedliśmy Twój urodzinowy tort i przeszliśmy przez Poznań rozśpiewanym korowodem. Dzięki Tobie te i wszystkie inne atrakcje się odbyły. Dziękujemy!

Niech żyje Moniuszko!

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