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  1. Królestwo Czech ( cz. České království, niem. Königreich Böhmen, łac. Regnum Bohemiae) – historyczne państwo istniejące od momentu koronacji Wratysława II na króla Czech. Po jego śmierci Czechy znów stały się księstwem. Ponownie istniało królestwo w czasie panowania Władysława II.

  2. 2018 Czech political crisis. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. The Czech political crisis in 2018 started, when Seznam News published an interview with the Andrej Babiš Jr., son of Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš. Babiš Jr. stated that his father's people kidnapped him in Crimea and kept him there.

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  4. The total area of the United Kingdom is 242,500 square kilometres (93,628 sq mi), with an estimated population in 2020 of 68 million. The United Kingdom is a unitary parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy. The monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, has reigned since 1952.

  5. Kingdom of Poland (1295–1296) Map of territories ruled by Przemysł II and Władysław I Łokietek between 1295 and 1296. The Kingdom of Poland was a kingdom in Central Europe located in the Greater Poland, existing between 1295 and 1296. It was formed from the Duchy of Greater Poland on 26 June 1295, with the coronation of Przemysł II.

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    Sheba ( / ˈʃiːbə / ; South Arabian 𐩪𐩨𐩱 Ge'ez: ሳባ, Saba, Arabic: سبأ ‎, Sabaʾ, S-b-ʾ, Hebrew: שבא ‎, Šəḇā) is a kingdom mentioned in the Hebrew Bible ( Old Testament) and the Quran. Sheba features in Jewish, Muslim, and Christian traditions, particularly the Axumite Orthodox Tewahedo tradition. It was the home ...

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    Congress Poland or Russian Poland, formally known as the Kingdom of Poland, was a polity created in 1815 by the Congress of Vienna as a semi-autonomous Polish state and successor to Napoleon's short-lived Duchy of Warsaw.

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