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3. polish capitals

  1. 1. Gniezno Cracow Warsaw
  2. 2. In the eighth century on the Lech Hill was built in the prince's castle located next to the suburb, and all surrounded by a shaft of wood and gas. Gniezno from year to year more and more flourishing. Tenth century was already one of the main towns of Piast. As it is, in 1000 he made the famous Congress of Gniezno, a quarter of a century later, witnessed the crowning of the first Polish king, Boleslaw, and after his death of Mieszko II. Coat of arms of Gniezno
  3. 3. The main monument in Gniezno is the cathedral of Gniezno with the tomb of St. Wojciech and famous the Gniezno Door from around 1175. Tomb of St. Wojciech
  4. 4. Coat of arms of Cracow In 1038, Duke Kazimierz I the Odnowiciel did Cracow his headquarters. The city became the Polish capital. The coronation Władysław Łokietek to the Polish king in 1320, in Wawel Cathedral in Cracow has confirmed the status as the united capital of the Polish Kingdom. This was the first coronation of Polish kings in Cracow.
  5. 5. Important monuments in Cracow are: St. Mary's Church, hall, Royal Castle, the Wawel Cathedral. Wawel Cloth
  6. 6. Around 1596, to Warsaw from Krakow arrived at the royal court and started rebuilding the castle in Warsaw at the royal residence. Soon he settled down King Zygmunt III Waza. Warsaw is still the Polish capital. Today, the President of the Republic of Polish population Belvedere Palace. Coat of arms of Warsaw
  7. 7. The most important monuments and places in Warsaw worth a visit: the Royal Castle, Łazienki, the palace at Wilanow, Zygmunt column. Łazienki Chopin monument
  8. 8. GNIEZNO: gniezno.com.pl/  www.powiat-gniezno.pl/ CRACOW:  krakow4u.pl/  www.krakow.travel/  www.e-krakow.com WARSAW:  www.um.warszawa.pl/  www.warszawa.pl/  www.warsawtour.pl/ 

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