About the Syracuse Esperanto Society
The Syracuse Esperanto Society is a group for those in Syracuse and Central New York who are interested in studying, speaking, and promoting the use of Esperanto. Our Esperanto-themed events and monthly meetings give people an opportunity to meet new friends and practice the language.
Esperanto is a special language. It’s not the official language of any country and it doesn’t belong to any ethnic group, rather it’s a planned language. Esperanto was conceived, crafted, and shaped for the purpose of helping people all across the world to communicate and understand one another.
Esperanto is famous for its logical construction and how easily it can be learned compared to other languages. In fact, Esperanto can be learned in a fraction of the time required to learn a natural language like French or German.
Millions of people all over the world speak Esperanto. It’s a vibrant, living language used every day to conduct business, write poetry, make new friends, travel, and all of the other wonderful things for which language is used.