Rydzyna

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Rydzyna
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Rydzyna (pronounced RI-DZI-NA [rɨˈd͡zɨna], German: Reisen) is a historic town in western Poland that was the seat of king Stanislaus I during his first short reign from 1704 to 1709. Rydzyna is commonly referred to as "the pearl of the Polish baroque" due to its preserved Old Town core and a high abundance of historical monuments.




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