Kinga of Poland

1224 - 1292

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Kinga of Poland (also known as Cunegunda; Polish: Święta Kinga, Hungarian: Szent Kinga) (5 March 1224– 24 July 1292) is a saint in the Catholic Church and patroness of Poland and Lithuania. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Kinga of Poland has received more than 148,449 page views. Her biography is available in 34 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 33 in 2019). Kinga of Poland is the 738th most popular religious figure (down from 676th in 2019), the 91st most popular biography from Hungary (down from 81st in 2019) and the 2nd most popular Religious Figure.

Kinga of Poland was most famous for being the daughter of Casimir III the Great and Hedwig of Silesia.

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  • 4.70

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Among religious figures, Kinga of Poland ranks 738 out of 2,238Before her are Patriarch Alexy II of Moscow, Peter of Saint Joseph de Betancur, Saint Cajetan, Robert de Sorbon, Adnan, and Brother Roger. After her are Euphemia, Ilia II of Georgia, Raymond of Penyafort, Willibrord, Itzhak Stern, and Antipope Boniface VII.

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Among people born in 1224, Kinga of Poland ranks 3Before her are Michael VIII Palaiologos and Jean de Joinville. After her are William II, Count of Flanders and Marie of Brienne. Among people deceased in 1292, Kinga of Poland ranks 3Before her are Roger Bacon and Pope Nicholas IV. After her are Abraham Abulafia, Thibaud Gaudin, Guiraut Riquier, and John Peckham.

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In Hungary

Among people born in Hungary, Kinga of Poland ranks 91 out of 866Before her are György Cziffra (1921), Margaret Mahler (1897), Archduchess Elisabeth Franziska of Austria (1831), Ladislaus II of Hungary (1131), Georg von Békésy (1899), and Ferdinand Čatloš (1895). After her are Ladislaus III of Hungary (1199), George Andrew Olah (1927), Georg Solti (1912), Felix Salten (1869), Saint Margaret of Scotland (1045), and József Mindszenty (1892).


Among religious figures born in Hungary, Kinga of Poland ranks 2Before her are Martin of Tours (316). After her are József Mindszenty (1892), Saint Emeric of Hungary (1000), Yolanda of Poland (1235), Nicolaus Olahus (1493), Sára Salkaházi (1899), Vilmos Zsigmond (1930), Péter Erdő (1952), László Paskai (1927), László Lékai (1910), and Zoltan Sarosy (1906).