Asnyk Mansion

It was located at 7 Łobzowska St. in Krakow. The writer and poet Adam Asnyk, after leaving Warsaw, came to Kraków in 1869 and from 1871 until his death in 1897 he lived in a suburban mansion on the river at Łobzowska St. The poet took an active part in the cultural life of Kraków at that time. Ignacy Sewer Maciejowski, Mieczysław Pawlikowski and Bolesław Ulanowski also lived near the manor house. Today there is a commemorative plaque in the place where the manor house was located.

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