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Cracow British & World English

An industrial and university city in southern Poland, on the River Vistula; population 754,624 (2008). It was the capital of Poland from 1320 until replaced by Warsaw in 1609

Stanislaus, St British & World English

(1030–79), patron saint of Poland; Polish name Stanisław staˈniswaf; known as St Stanislaus of Cracow. As bishop of Cracow (1072–79) he excommunicated King Boleslaus II. According to tradition Stanislaus was murdered by Boleslaus while taking Mass. Feast day, 11 April (formerly 7 May)

St Stanislaus of Cracow in Stanislaus, St British & World English

(1030–79), patron saint of Poland; Polish name Stanisław staˈniswaf; known as St Stanislaus of Cracow. As bishop of Cracow (1072–79) he excommunicated King Boleslaus II. According to tradition Stanislaus was murdered by Boleslaus while taking Mass. Feast day, 11 April (formerly 7 May)