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    prof. Wiesław Wysocki Honorary Citizen of Warsaw since 18th June 2020 Born in 1950 in Łowicz. Went to the Defenders of Hel 5th General Secondary School in Gdańsk. Graduated in history from the Catholic University of Lublin, specialising in the History of the Church, and Polish Philology at the University of Łódź. Completed his doctoral studies in 1981 at the Academy of Catholic Theology (today Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University) and also obtained a postdoctoral degree. Became...

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    prof. Andrzej Rottermund Honorary Citizen of Warsaw since 18th June 2020 Born in 1941 in Warsaw. Graduated from the University of Warsaw in 1964, where he obtained his doctoral and postdoctoral degrees, and in 1990 was conferred the title of Professor of Humanities. Author of over 100 books, articles and essays, mainly concerning 18th and 19th century art. Specialises in early-modern and 19th century art and culture, links between art and courtly ceremonies, the works of Bernardo...

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    Prof. Wojciech Noszczyk Honorary Citizen of Warsaw since 18th June 2020 Scientist, Full Professor of Medicine, surgeon. Born in 1935 in Warsaw. His father Henryk Noszczyk, Officer of the Polish Army and associate professor at the Surgery Clinic of the University of Warsaw, died in Katyń. Graduated from the Medical University of Warsaw in 1960. After a residency in the City Hospital at Kasprzaka St. began work at the 4th Surgery Clinic of the Medical University of Warsaw. In...

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    prof. Władysław Findeisen Honorary Citizen of Warsaw since 18th June 2020 Born in 1926 in Poznań. In 1944, under secret schooling, he passed his Matura exam in the Stanisław Staszic General Secondary School in Warsaw and joined the Home Army. Took part in the Warsaw Uprising, fighting in the Śródmieście and Mokotów Districts. Captured and taken to a stalag and returned to Poland in 1945. That year he began his studies at the Faculty of Telecommunications of the Warsaw University...

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    Olga Tokarczuk Honorary Citizen of Warsaw since 18th June 2020 Born in 1962 in Sulechów. She graduated in psychology from the University of Warsaw. Author of novels The Journey of the Book People (1993), E.E. (1995), Primeval & Other Times (1996), House of Day, House of Night (1998), Final Stories (2004), Anna In in the Tombs of the World (2006), Flights (2007), Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead (2009), The Books of Jacob (2014), short story collections The Wardrobe (1998)...