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Krakau (Krakow, Cracovia, Krakov, Cracovie, Cracow), Poland
Karkonosze (Giant Mountains, Riesengebirge, Krkonose, Reisen), Poland
Warszawa (Warschau, Varsavia, Varshava, Warsaw, Varsovie), Poland
Spain (Espagne, Espanha, Espana, Hispania, Spagna, Spanien)
Helsinki (Helsingkiranta, Helsinginkyla, Helsinge, Helsingfors, Khel’sinki, Yelsinki), Finland
L'viv (Lwow, Lvyv, Leopol, Lemberg, L'vov), Ukraine
western Tatras, Carpathian Mountains, Poland-Slovak border
Vistula River (Weichsel, Vistule, Visla, Leniwka), Poland
Rehion Podillya (Podol'ye, Podolia, Podolien, Podole), Ukraine
Valencia (Valence, Valenza), Spain
Poland (Polen)
Chornohora mountains range (Black mountain, Czarnohora, Feketebérc), Eastern Carpathians, western Ukraine
Subkowy (Subkow, Sobkowy), Poland
Czarnohora mountains, eastern Carpathina, Ukraine
Albufera de Valencia (Albufera, La Albufera), Spain
Jezioro Wigry (Wigrysee, Wigry See, Wigry lake), Poland
Almenara, Spain
Soneja, Spain
Tatras near Zakopane, Poland
Prypyats (Pripet, Pripyat’, Prypeć), Ukraine
Oka, Russia
Drozdowo (Drozdowice), Poland
Tatras, Poland
Wilnowo (Willnau,Wilmowo, Wilno), Poland
Murom (Murom am Oka, Муром) , Russia
Vilnius (Vilna, Wilna), Lithuania
Podlaskie (Podlasie), Poland
East Carpathian Mountains (Ostkarpaten), Poland
Podlasie, Poland
Pieszowola (Piesza-Wola), Poland
Pinedo, Spain
Smytnia, Poland
Sanok (Sunok, Synök), Poland

Taken from these publications: Gieysztor M, Szynal E (1939) ; Gieysztor M (1926) ; Gieysztor M (1931) ; Gieysztor M (1931) ; Gieysztor M (1938) ; Gieysztor M (1938) ; Gieysztor M (1939) ; Gieysztor M, Chmieliewska UW (1929) ; Gieysztor M, Wiszniewski J (1947) ; Gieysztor M (1934) ; Gieysztor M (1938) ; Gieysztor M (1930)



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