The statue of Adam Mickiewicz, poet, patriot, essayist, dramatist, publicist, translator, professor of Slavic literature, and political activist, is enclosed by a gloriously intricate fence. Inside the enclosure is a rose garden and at the moment a paddock of grass. No doubt at some point it will be forced into unattractive neatness by a platoon of gardeners.
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