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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Some of those calories can be breezily burned off by walking south toward the Vistula river and ascending a modest incline to arrive at Wawel Castle, the royal residence built in a stately Italian style by King Casimir III the Great, and the older Wawel Cathedral.
In 1346 King Casimir III of Poland granted the settlement city status, which led to an influx of Jews and Bydgoszcz move to become a major centre for wheat trading.