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Re: Re: Re: [sig] Polish translation?

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  • John-Joseph Bober
    Traditionally, Poland is seperated into Malopolska (Little Poland), Wielkopolska (Greater Poland), Mazovia, and Silesia. Malopolska is the generally the
    Message 1 of 7 , Mar 29, 2004
      Traditionally, Poland is seperated into "Malopolska" (Little Poland),
      "Wielkopolska" (Greater Poland), Mazovia, and Silesia. Malopolska is
      the generally the area around Cracow, Wielkopolska is the area around
      Gniezno and most of the cental portion, Mazovia is the north eastern
      portion (including Warsaw) and Silesia is the area along the
      German/Bohemian border, with Wroclaw as the major city.

      Jan

      -------- Original Message --------

      ==> From: Tracy Kremer <eluned_p@...>
      ==> Date: Mon, 29 Mar 2004 07:53:58 -0800 (PST)

      --- John-Joseph Bober <jjbober4@...> wrote: >
      sredniowiecznej malopolsce" (Arms and armor of the > medieval
      chivalry
      in Little Poland),

      So, what is "Little Poland"?
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