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Rydzyna

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Rydzyna (pronounced RI-DZI-NA [rɨˈd͡zɨna], German: Reisen) is a historic town in western Poland, located in the southern part of the Greater Poland Voivodeship, 10 km south of Leszno, in the Leszno County, close to the main Poznań - Wrocław highway E5. The town's population is 2446 (2006). The population of the overall Rydzyna community is 8200.

It was the seat of King Stanisław Leszczyński during his first short reign from 1704 to 1709. Rydzyna is commonly referred to as "the pearl of the Polish baroque" due to its preserved Old Town core and a high abundance of historical monuments.

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