Memorial

Joachim Lelewel at rue des Eperonniers Joachim Lelewel at rue des Eperonniers

Plaque: Joachim Lelewel at rue des Eperonniers

The Polish patriot and intellectual, Joachim Lelewel, member of the National Government at the time of the 1831 insurrection, lived in exile in this house from 1848 to 1861. He was one of the first architects of the Belgian-Polish friendship.

Belgian-Polish Friends, 4 April 1948

Original inscription:

LE PATRIOTE ET SAVANT POLONAIS
JOACHIM LELEWEL
MEMBRE DU GOUVERNEMENT NATIONAL
LORS DE L’INSURRECTION DE 1831
A VECU EN EXIL DANS CETTE MAISON
DE 1848 A 1861. IL FUT L’UN DES PREMIERS
ARTISANS DE L’AMITIE BELGO-POLONAISES.

AMITIES BELGO-POLONAISES
4 AVRIL 1948

Site: Joachim Lelewel at rue des Eperonniers (1 memorial)

1000, rue des Eperonniers, 58

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Joachim Lelewel

Historian. Led one of the groups of exiled patriots, the democrats ("the red...

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