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Kraków (Poland)


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    • Cracovie (Poland)
    • Krakau (Poland)
    • Cracovia (Poland)
    • Cracow (Poland)
    • Ḳraḳov (Poland)
    • Krakovo (Poland)
    • Ḳraḳo (Poland)
    • Royal Capital City of Kraków (Poland)
    • Stołeczne Królewskie Miasto Kraków (Poland)
    • Краков (Poland)
    • Горад Кракаў (Poland)
    • Horad Krakaŭ (Poland)
    • Кракаў (Poland)
    • Кракув (Poland)
    • Krakuv (Poland)
    • Κρακοβτ̔̈«”αε·α (Poland)
    • Krakovia (Poland)
    • Краков ош (Poland)
    • Krakov osh (Poland)
    • Khiet-là-khô-fû (Poland)
    • Краков балhсн (Poland)
    • Krakov balḣsn (Poland)
    • Kraká (Poland)
    • קרקוב (Poland)
    • Krakòwò (Poland)
    • Krakova (Poland)
    • Krokuva (Poland)
    • Krakkó (Poland)
    • Krakovja (Poland)
    • クラクフ (Poland)
    • Kurakufu (Poland)
    • Carcovia (Poland)
    • Cracaû (Poland)
    • Krakovi (Poland)
    • Krakůw (Poland)
    • Краків (Poland)
    • Krakiv (Poland)
    • קראקע (Poland)
    • Ḳraḳe (Poland)
    • Kruokova (Poland)
    • 克拉科夫 (Poland)
    • Kelakefu (Poland)
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    • found: ha-Yehudim bi-Ḳraḳov, 1983.
    • found: Katryn, N. Raporto pri la oka kongreso ... 1912:t.p. (Krakovo)
    • found: Ḥayim ṿeha-maṿet, 1898:t.p. (Ḳraḳo; Krakau [in rom.])
    • found: Wikipedia, July 21, 2016(Kraków; also Cracow or Krakow; Royal Capital City of Kraków; Stołeczne Królewskie Miasto Kraków; It was the capital of the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland from 1038 to 1569; the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth from 1569 to 1795; the Free City of Kraków from 1815 to 1846; the Grand Duchy of Cracow from 1846 to 1918; and Kraków Voivodeship from the 14th century to 1998. It has been the capital of Lesser Poland Voivodeship since 1999; 50°4ʹN 19°56ʹE) Afrikaans page (Krakau) Aragonese page (Cracovia) Azerbaijani page (Krakov [in roman]) Bashkir page (Краков = Krakov) Belarusian page (Горад Кракаў = Horad KrakaІu; Кракаў = KrakaІu) Bulgarian page (Краков = Krakov; Кракув = Krakuv) Catalan page (CracЂovia) Czech page (Krakov) German page (Krakau) Greek page (Κρακοβτ̔̈«”αε·α = Krakovia) Erzya page (Краков ош = Krakov osh) Spanish page (Cracovia) Esperanto page (Krakovo) Basque page (Krakovia) French page (Cracovie) Hakka Chinese page (Khiet-lЂa-khЄo-fЄu) Kalmyk page (Краков балhсн = Krakov balЇhsn) Icelandic page (KrakЃa) Italian page (Cracovia) Hebrew page (קרקוב = ѴKraѴkov) Kashubian page (KrakЂowЂo) Ladino page (Krakovia [in roman]) Latvian page (Krakova) Lithuanian page (Krokuva) Hungarian page (KrakkЃo) Maltese page (Krakovja) Japanese page (クラクフ = Kurakufu) Neapolitan page (Carcovia) Nouormand page (CracaЄu) Albanian page (Krakovi) Silesian page (KrakЊuw) Finnish page (Krakova) Ukrainian page (Краків = Krakiv) Yiddish page (קראקע = ѴKraѴke) Samogitian page (Kruokova) Chinese page (克拉科夫 = Kelakefu)
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Old catalog heading: Kraków]
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  • Change Notes

    • 1980-06-23: new
    • 2016-07-22: revised
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