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On December 24, 1798, one of the most eminent Polish and European poets, Adam Mickiewicz, was born. His life and work profoundly influenced the shaping of Polish national and literary identity.
Mickiewicz, a key figure of the Romantic era, gained fame through his unforgettable works such as “Pan Tadeusz” and “Dziady.” His poems, expressing love for the homeland, longing for freedom, and a desire for justice, became the foundation of Polish national literature.
Mickiewicz’s life was not just a literary journey; he actively participated in independence movements. His works had an impact not only on Polish culture but also on world literature.
Today, on the anniversary of his birth, we remember Adam Mickiewicz as a great master of words and a freedom enthusiast whose legacy lives on in the hearts of readers worldwide.