Category:Wanda

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English: Princess Wanda (reputedly lived in 8th century Poland) [1] was the daughter of Krakus, legendary founder of Kraków. Upon her father's death, she became queen of the Poles, but committed suicide to avoid an unwanted marriage.
Princess Wanda (es); Wanda lengyel hercegnő (hu); Wanda (eu); Ванда (ru); Wanda (de); Công chúa Wanda (vi); Princess Wanda (sq); شاهدخت واندا (fa); Принцеса Ванда (bg); Wanda (personaj legendar) (ro); ヴァンダ (ja); Puteri Wanda (id); Wanda (pl); Ванда (uk); Prinses Wanda (nl); Wanda (cs); Princesa Wanda (ca); Malika Wanda (uz); Princess Wanda (en); Vandao (eo); Wanda (br); Wanda (fr) княжна (uk); Poloniar alegiazko printzesa (eu); Queen of Lechia. Daughter of Krakus, legendary founder of Kraków; upon her father's death, she became queen of the Poles, but committed suicide to avoid an unwanted marriage to a German. (en); filino de Krako, la mita fondinto de Krakovo; iĝis reĝo post la morto de ŝia patro, sed sin mortigis por eviti perfortan edziniĝon al ĝermano (eo); Lechycka kněžna. (cs); bohaterka polskiej legendy (pl) Princino Vandao (eo)
Princess Wanda 
Queen of Lechia. Daughter of Krakus, legendary founder of Kraków; upon her father's death, she became queen of the Poles, but committed suicide to avoid an unwanted marriage to a German.
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