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Warsaw. A commemorative plaque of Hanka Ordonówna was unveiled in Wola

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A plaque commemorating Hanka Ordonówna, a famous artist of interwar Poland, was hung on the walls of the fence of Primary School No. 221 at 71 Żelazna Street. The house where the artist was born was located on the other side of the street – at 68 Żelazna Street.

The idea of ​​creating a commemorative plaque is an initiative of Anna Maria Adamiak, an opera singer and expert in the work of Hanka Ordonówna. The idea was supported by the authorities of Wola.

One of the most famous residents of Wola

– Hanka Ordonówna is a true icon of interwar Poland and one of the most famous residents of Wola in history – said the mayor of Wola, Krzysztof Strzałkowski.

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– We know that residents care about such a commemoration of the artist, which is why the Culture Committee of the Wola District Council fully supports this project – stressed the chairman of the committee, councilor Ewa Widenka. – We believe that Hanka Ordonówna deserves such an honor, and the address at 68 Żelazna Street (where the artist was born – PAP editor) will become an interesting and important stop on the historical map of Wola – she added.

In 1990, an urn with the artist’s ashes found its way to Powązki. Later, in 2017, it was established in Wola mural commemorating her work. A memorial plaque with her photo was unveiled on Tuesday.

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“Love forgives anything”

Hanka Ordonówna, or rather Maria Anna Tyszkiewicz née Pietruszyńska, was born on August 4, 1902 in Wola. The famous singer and dancer lived all her youth in a tenement house at ul. Żelazna 68 and made her debut on the capital’s stages as a teenager. True fame brought her the song “Love will forgive you everything”, thanks to which she gained the status of an international star, appearing, among others, in in the USA, Germany and France.

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Main photo source: Andrzej Lange / PAP

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