Kingdom of Poland

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Kingdom of Poland
1025–1031
1076–1079
1295–1296
1300–1795
Flag of Poland
Royal banner
(14th century)
Coat of arms (1295–1371) of Poland
Coat of arms
(1295–1371)
Poland between 992 and 1025 under the rule of Bolesław I the Brave, who was crowned as the first King of Poland.
Poland between 992 and 1025 under the rule of Bolesław I the Brave, who was crowned as the first King of Poland.
Capital
Official languagesPolish, Latin
Common languagesPolish, German, Rusyn, Yiddish, Armenian
Religion
Demonym(s)Polish
GovernmentHereditary
Feudal monarchy
(1025-1572)
Elective
Constitutional monarchy
(1573–1795)
King 
• 1025 (first)
Bolesław I the Brave
• 1764-1795 (last)
Stanisław August Poniatowski
Historical eraMiddle Ages and Early Modern Period
Currency
ISO 3166 codePL
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Duchy of Poland
Austrian Habsburg Monarchy
Russian Empire
Kingdom of Prussia

The Kingdom of Poland (Polish: Królestwo Polskie; Latin: Regnum Poloniae) was a state in Central Europe, may refer to:

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