Everything you ever wanted to know about Esperanto -- ask us!
Europe would benefit from a common language, many are agreed on that. But which language should that be? Speakers of Esperanto make the case for their language, which offers a neutral, time-tested and practicable solution. Join our event, hear our arguments, put your questions and raise your doubts. We would be more than glad to clear up some misunderstandings.
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