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  1. Sobieski

    Sobieski is a city in Morrison County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 195 at the 2010 census. It was named after Polish Hero King John III Sobieski. The House of Sobieski was a noble family with a prominent role in Polish history, and the choice of name reflects the large Polish American element in the town's population.

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  1. Sobieski

    surname of the great patriot king of Poland, John III., in the 17th century; born at Olesko, in Galicia; was elected king of Poland in 1674, having, by repeated victories over the Turks and Russians, shown himself the greatest soldier of his country; proved a wise and brave ruler, a true leader of his people, and with unbroken success defied the utmost efforts of the infidel Turks (1624-1696).


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