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In the house where Władysław Broniewski spent the last nine years of his life, authentic interior furnishings were preserved. The exhibition documents the complex fate of the author of 'Miłej Street'. In addition to the manuscripts, little-known materials from the literary writer's archive are also exposed. Collections and permanent exhibition: biographical, in the original interiors - archive, personal souvenirs; an almost complete collection of manuscripts, correspondence from 1at 1915-1962; first editions of poems in the press and first book editions, tape recordings with poet's recitations. The museum is located in a villa from 1950, donated to the poet by the state on the anniversary of the 25th anniversary of creativity.