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Esperanto

 

 

On a neutral linguistic plateau to demolish the walls between nations so that every man sees in the other just another human being and his brother"

[L. Zamenhof, 1912]

 


Esperanto is the most widely spoken constructed international auxiliary language. Created by a Bialystoker – Ludwik Zamenhof. Zamenhof's goal was to come up with an easy to learn and politically neutral language that would serve as a universal second language to foster peace and international understanding. Esperanto's vocabulary is based for the most part on Romance, Germanic, Slavic, Finno-Ugric, and other Indo-European languages. It constitutes the base for about 40 other constructed languages.

  • According to some estimates there may be 1 million fluent speakers of Esperanto.
  • Traditional symbol of Esperanto is a green five-pointed star
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In 2009 Bialystok were playing host to the 94th World Congress of Esperanto:

Last Modification:Dariusz Korolczuk 27.10.2010, 09:35
Ludwik Zamenhof

(1859-1917)

 

 

Białystok Esperanto Association

- was founded by Jakub Szapiro in 1920. It lasted until the end of World War II to be re-established again in 1991


Białystok Esperanto Association

ul Piękna 3,

skrytka pocztowa 67

15-282 Białystok,

Tel. 85 745 46 00

(dostępny w środę w godz.: 16.00-18.00)

esperanto.bialystok@interia.pl

www.espero.bialystok.pl