For all you cardiology buffs! Shortly after Chopin’s death in 1849, his heart was pickled in a jar of cognac and smuggled by his sister past Russian guards and brought to Warsaw’s Holy Cross Church where it remains today. After 170 years, scientists have finally come to some agreement (or have they?) as to what took this young composer’s life. Read more on Frederic Chopin’s heart.

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