[pohz-nan, -nahn; Polish pawz-nahn-yuh]
- a city in W Poland, on the Warta River.
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From that place till we reached Stragone , or Poznan, which took us three days journey, we saw no place worth notice.
Poznan is particularly remarkable on account of a great fair, which is resorted to by many merchants.
He loves Pognembin, which is somewhere in Poznan, or thereabouts, and he loves it because he was born there.Children of the Soil
- a city in W Poland, on the Warta River: the centre of Polish resistance to German rule (1815–1918, 1939–45). Pop: 661 000 (2005 est)German name: Posen
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