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Discovery of massive fortifications suggests Poznań was first capital of Poland (www.thefirstnews.com)

The discovery of a massive defensive wall at a construction site in Poznań has sent archaeologists wild with speculation that this could mean that the city was the country’s first capital, rather than the nearby city of Gniezno as previously thought.

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