Marking The Centennial Of Esperanto Creator's Visit

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This weekend, advocates of the Esperanto language will meet in Washington, D.C., to mark the 1910 visit of the language's creator, L.L. Zamenhof. A hundred years ago, Esperanto was taken very seriously by important people in the nation's capital.



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