Casimir III

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Casimir III

(ˈkæzɪmɪə)
n
(Biography) known as the Great. 1310–70, king of Poland (1333–70)
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Contract award notice:Collection and management of municipal waste from owners of immovable property inhabited by non-residents in the commune of Casimir the Great.
On the contrary: From the 14th century, when large numbers of Jews began to settle in Poland at the invitation of Casimir the Great, until 1939, when the Holocaust killed 90 percent of the country's 3.
In the 14th century, King Casimir the Great extended laws recognizing Jews as a distinct legal, national, religious and cultural Judeo-Germanic language group.
Contract notice: Group life insurance of employees of the university of casimir the great.
Major organization : UNIVERSITY OF CASIMIR THE GREAT
Tenders are invited for Reconstruction of bridges over the Avenue Casimir the Great (DK 62) in Wloclawek, over the railway station bocznicowymi Wloclawek East and the reconstruction of access roads and the construction of a footbridge bicycle overpass at the south; urban area, Kujawsko - Pomorskie