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Prince Krak (also known as Krakus) is the legendary ruler of Poland with its headquarters in the city of Wawel. The name Krakow is derived from his name. Krakus is credited with many great deeds, including the defeat of the dragon, depending on the version of the legend - alone or with the help of a shoemaker Skuby. In the applications he is presented as a wise and just man, and at the same time long-lived.
In fact, historical Krak could have been the leader of the Vistula tribe who came to Lesser Poland around 700 AD He probably reigned in the first half of the eighth century. Mentioned in “The Life of Saint Methodius”, a strong prince sitting at Wiślech could be one of his successors.