Szafarnia  I   Długie  I   Białkowo  I   Płonne  I   Radomin   Gulbiny 
Golub-Dobrzyń  I  Sokołowo  I   Turzno k. Torunia  I   Dulsk 
Ugoszcz  I   Działyń  I   Zbójno  I   Obory  I   Toruń  I   Obrowo 
Kikół  I   Służewo  I   Nieszawa  I   Izbica Kujawska  I   Kłóbka

 

 

From the letters written by Fryderyk Chopin we know that he stayed in Sokołowo several times to visit Jaś Białobłocki, a friend of his, who was 5 year older than Fryderyk. In 1824 and 1825 Sokołowo belonged to Antoni Wybraniecki, Jaś’s stepfather an a second husband of Katarzyna Białobłocka nee Zbijewska. In his letter written in Warsaw shortly before leaving, Frycek exclaimed “Oh, I feel the smell of Sokołowo!”. In other letter written in Sokołowo at the end of holidays Fryderyk regretted not having met his friend there and justified himself being late.
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