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The First Congress of Vienna (1515) attended by Emperor, Maximilian Vladislaus II, King of Hungary and Bohemia, and Sigismund I, King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania.  was a turning point in the history of central Europe, ultimately increasing the power of the Habsburgs and diminishing that of the Jagiellonians.

The First Congress of Vienna (1515) attended by Emperor, Maximilian Vladislaus II, King of Hungary and Bohemia, and Sigismund I, King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania. was a turning point in the history of central Europe, ultimately increasing the power of the Habsburgs and diminishing that of the Jagiellonians.

Marsz triumfalny Sobieskiego Marsz wojenny (XVII w.) Bitwa pod Wiedniem ...

Marsz triumfalny Sobieskiego Marsz wojenny (XVII w.) Bitwa pod Wiedniem ...

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* Sobieski_na_Kahlenbergu_J.N.Geiger_1868.jpg

Lviv, 1940-1941. It's rare photograph, you can see here two monuments, which co-existed during period, called "first Soviets", - monument of king Jan III Sobieski (now in Gdańsk) and monument to Stalin Constitution/Friendship of nations (erected in 1940, destroyed in June 1941).

Lviv, 1940-1941. It's rare photograph, you can see here two monuments, which co-existed during period, called "first Soviets", - monument of king Jan III Sobieski (now in Gdańsk) and monument to Stalin Constitution/Friendship of nations (erected in 1940, destroyed in June 1941).

Olesko Castle by Esteri Photo, via Behance    The castle was built in XIII century on the crossroads of old trade routes from Hungary to Volyn. The first time it was mentioned in 1327, in 1390 it was given to Galician catholic archbishop by the Pope Bonifacius IX. From XV to XVII century it was attacked many times by Tatars. During one of these attacks in 1629 Jan III Sobieski, the king of Poland that saved Europe from Turks, was born here.

Olesko Castle by Esteri Photo, via Behance The castle was built in XIII century on the crossroads of old trade routes from Hungary to Volyn. The first time it was mentioned in 1327, in 1390 it was given to Galician catholic archbishop by the Pope Bonifacius IX. From XV to XVII century it was attacked many times by Tatars. During one of these attacks in 1629 Jan III Sobieski, the king of Poland that saved Europe from Turks, was born here.

THE KING  H.M. King Jan III of Poland, née Sobieski  (1629-1696)

THE KING H.M. King Jan III of Poland, née Sobieski (1629-1696)

Ghost Road in Baltimore, Maryland When drivers go down this long dirt path leading from a small neighborhood, their headlights seem to mysteriously go out. Cars have been also been known to stall, and then start again on their own. Pounding can even be heard on the outside of the vehicle. On the right side of the path, when the moon is just right, one can see a tombstone. The stone will sometime

Ghost Road in Baltimore, Maryland When drivers go down this long dirt path leading from a small neighborhood, their headlights seem to mysteriously go out. Cars have been also been known to stall, and then start again on their own. Pounding can even be heard on the outside of the vehicle. On the right side of the path, when the moon is just right, one can see a tombstone. The stone will sometime

Representación en el arte de la guerra entre los Cruzados y los turcos.

Representación en el arte de la guerra entre los Cruzados y los turcos.

Pomnik Króla Jana III Sobieskiego we Lwowie

Pomnik Króla Jana III Sobieskiego we Lwowie

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