King Kazimierz the Great.
Kazimierz wants to confuse the enemy and attack from another side.
The bounds of properly conceived freedom of expression
have been overstepped," Prime Minister Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz stated.
Kazimierz's complex identity is underlined by the presence
of some of Kraków's most revered medieval churches.
Years ago, the Polish astronomer Kazimierz Kordylewski claimed that he had seen concentrations of dust in orbit.
Let me introduce you to the work of Polish psychiatrist Kazimierz Dabrowski, and his theory of positive disintegration.
Krakow's most glorious period
was during the mid-14th century when King Kazimierz the Great commissioned many of the city's finest buildings.
In 1961, Kazimierz Kordylewski, a Polish scientist had observed these moons for
the first time and they were later named after him as Kordylewski Dust Clouds(KDCs).
The Games were affected by the deaths of Australian alpine skier Ross Milne and
British luge slider Kazimierz Kay-Skrzypeski, during training,
and by the deaths, three years earlier, of the entire US figure skating team and family members.
Today Kazimierz's Jewish population is a tiny fraction of what it
was in the 1930s, but the district retains a vibrant melting-pot atmosphere- thanks in large part to its varied population of working-class Poles, impoverished artists and inner-city yuppies.