istanbul.comAdam Mickiewicz Museum
The house in Tarlabaşı where the Polish freedom poet Adam Mickiewicz spent the last years of his life and died (from colera) in 1855 was turned into a museum in 1955.
In the museum can be seen documents and information on the life and works of Mickiewicz, photographs of his years in Istanbul and documents and photographs of the battle for freedom in Poland.
Address: Sakızağacı Road Tarlabaşı, Beyoğlu-Istanbul
Phone: +90 212 253 66 98
The three-story house of the Polish poet Adam Mickiewicz, who died in Istanbul in 1855, was transformed into a museum in 1955, according to a Turkish-Polish cultural agreement concerning the 100-year commemoration of the death of this important Polish poet. The Adam Mickiewicz Museum was opened to the public in!984. Divided into three halls, the museum is devoted to the life and works of this poet. The first hall displays an exhibition of the history and traditions of Poland, as well as Mickiewicz's literary works and personal belongings from Poland. The second hall is dedicated to Mickiewicz's efforts in the Polish national movement, and the third hall contains documents, photographs and engravings from the years he spent in the Ottoman Empire.
pics from ibb.gov.tr & polish consulate