On the 2nd of November 1830 on the All Souls’ Day Fryderyk Chopin left Warsaw forever. That’s a sad day, a day to commemorate the dead. At the farewell the Chopin family was certainly praying for Emilka, Fryderyk’s youngest sister who died 3 years before. Chopin had an intuition that he might see his beloved city for the last time…

Step in Warsaw - City guide to Warsaw. The Wessel Palace in Fryderyk Chopin's times and today (Warsaw, Krakowskie Przedmieście Street No 25). It was the post office here in that time. The mail coach for Vienna left from that place every afternoon. On the 2nd November of 1830 Fryderyk Chopin was aboard. Source: http://en.chopin.warsawtour.pl/.
Step in Warsaw – City guide to Warsaw. The Wessel Palace in Fryderyk Chopin’s times and today (Warsaw, Krakowskie Przedmieście Street No 25). It was the post office here in that time. The mail coach for Vienna left from that place every afternoon. On the 2nd November of 1830 Fryderyk Chopin was aboard. Source: http://en.chopin.warsawtour.pl/.
Step in Warsaw - City guide to Warsaw. The commemorative plaque at the place where Fryderyk Chopin was said goodbye by his music teacher and his friends (Warsaw, Połczyńska Street No 56). At the city border the mail coach stopped suddenly and Chopin heard familiar voices singing a farewell song. The surprise was successful! It was a touching moment for all of them. Source: https://szkola.bednarska.art.pl/koncertowe-centrum-edukacji-muzycznej/.
Step in Warsaw – City guide to Warsaw. The commemorative plaque at the place where Fryderyk Chopin was said goodbye by his music teacher and his friends (Warsaw, Połczyńska Street No 56). At the city border the mail coach stopped suddenly and Chopin heard familiar voices singing a farewell song. The surprise was successful! It was a touching moment for all of them. Source: https://szkola.bednarska.art.pl/koncertowe-centrum-edukacji-muzycznej/.
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