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The first sentence of the article states:
The Kraków Philharmonic or the Cracow Philharmonic (Polish: Filharmonia Krakowska), is the primary concert hall in Kraków, Poland, named after the renown Polish composer and pianist Karol Szymanowski.
Really? Which of the two words "Kraków" and "Philharmonic" is named after which of the two words "Karol" and "Szymanowski"? Do some people even read what they write? ;-)
As it stands, this sentence is Patent nonsense.
So ... I'm sure there must be some connection between the composer and the venue, but since I don't know what that is, I can't see how to correct it - except to remove the last (and ungrammatical) clause (beginning "named after the renown[ed] ..."). I will do so, and anybody with better information may then add relevant material pertaining to Szymanowski.
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