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Description Statue of Frederick Chopin near the Symphony Lake in Singapore Botanic Gardens: this work of art is created by Polish sculptor Karol Badyna. The enscription, on a page at foot of Chopin's chair, reads:
Frederick Chopin (Szopen) 1810 – 1849

The Most Eminent of Polish Composers

This sculpture is a gift of the people of Poland to Singapore, in memory of music's greatest tone poets

Made possible by the generous support of:

Halina and Miroslaw Pienkowski and the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Singapore

October 2008
Date 25 December 2008
Source Own work
Author Jappalang

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1° 18′ 48.51″ N, 103° 48′ 55.80″ E

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