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6 Bogusławskiego Street

6 Bogusławskiego Street

The final residence of Czesław Miłosz, Nobel laureate, poet, essayist, translator and literary scholar. He left California with his wife Carol in 1994 to settle in Kraków, where he wrote Roadside Dog, Orpheus and Eurydice, and poems for The Second Space and It. Since 2009, the Czesław Miłosz Literary Festival has been held every other year to uphold the tradition of Kraków’s Meetings of the Poets of East and West, first organized under the patronage of Miłosz and Wisława Szymborska, a fellow Nobel laureate.


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