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  1. Kinga of Poland - Wikipedia

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    Kinga of Poland (also known as Cunegunda; Polish: Święta Kinga, Hungarian: Szent Kinga) (5 March 1234 – 24 July 1292) is a saint in the Catholic Church and patroness of Poland and Lithuania.

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  2. Kinga of Poland | Religion-wiki | Fandom

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    Saint Kinga of Poland (also known as Cunegunda, Kunigunda, Kunegunda, Cunegundes, Kioga, Zinga; Polish: Święta Kinga, Hungarian: Szent Kinga) (March 5, 1224 – July 24, 1292) is a saint in the Roman Catholic Church and patroness of Poland and Lithuania. She was the daughter of King Béla IV of Hungary and Maria Laskarina. She was a niece of St. Elizabeth of Hungary and great-niece of Saint ...

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    • March 5, 1224
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  3. Saint Kinga of Poland (also known as Cunegunda; Polish: Święta Kinga, Hungarian: Szent Kinga) (5 March 1224 – 24 July 1292) is a saint in the Catholic Church and patroness of Poland and Lithuania.

  4. St. Kinga of Poland: July 24 | saints-feast-family

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    The Story of Saint Kinga of Poland She was born in Esztergom, Kingdom of Hungary, the daughter of King Béla IV of Hungary and Maria Laskarina. She was a niece of Elizabeth of Hungary and great-niece of Saint Hedwig. Kinga's sisters were Saint Margaret of Hungary and blessed Jolenta of Poland.

  5. Saint Kinga of Poland is a saint in the Catholic Church and patroness of Poland and Lithuania. She was born in Esztergom Kingdom of Hungary the daughter of King Béla IV of Hungary and Maria Laskarina. She was a niece of St. Elizabeth of Hungary and great-niece of Saint Hedwig. Kinga's sisters were Saint Margaret of Hungary and Jolenta of Poland.

  6. St. Kinga of Poland - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online

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    Princess of Poland and Franciscan tertiary. She was a niece of St. Elizabeth of Hungary and a great niece of St. Redwig. Sometimes called Cunegunde, Zinga, or Kioga, she was married to Prince Boleslaus of Poland. Kinga founded a monastery at Sandez.

  7. Saint Kinga / Cunegunda, Princess of Poland (1224 - 1292 ...

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    Aug 30, 2018 · Kinga of Poland. Saint Kinga of Poland (also known as Cunegunda, Kunigunda, Kunegunda, Cunegundes, Kioga, Zinga; Polish: Święta Kinga, Hungarian: Szent Kinga) (Esztergom, Kingdom of Hungary, March 5, 1224 – July 24, 1292) is a saint in the Roman Catholic Church and patroness of Poland and Lithuania.

  8. The heritage of St. Kinga of Poland - LOT Polish Airlines

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    The heritage of St. Kinga of Poland In a town of Wieliczka, 15 kilometres from Cracow, on Daniłowicza 10, there is the most famous salt mine in Poland, which is a perfect place to take your family to.

  9. List of Polish monarchs - Wikipedia

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    Poland was ruled at various times either by dukes and princes (the 10th–14th century) or by kings (the 11th–18th centuries). During the latter period, a tradition of free election of monarchs made it a uniquely electable position in Europe (16th–18th centuries).

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    • 25 November 1795
    • Mieszko I
  10. The Wieliczka Salt Mine in Poland is a Timeless Masterpiece ...

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    Sep 30, 2020 · Saint Kinga and the Salt Mines in Poland . Saint Kinga of Poland, also known as Cunegunda, lived March 5,1224 to July 24, 1292. She was a noblewoman from Hungary who married Bolesław V the Chaste, the Prince of Crackow (Kraków).