Each country included in the Austro-Hungarian state had its patron saint, and such a patron of Galicia was St. Michael, Grand Duchy of Krakow – St. Stanisław, Lower Austria – St. Leopold, Upper Austria – St. Florian, Bukowiny – St. John of Suceava, Solnogod – St. Rupert and St. Joseph etc. The difference between Galicia and the Grand Duchy of Krakow was marked not only in the name, but also in the celebration of the national holiday on the left bank of the Vistula – it was held on St. Stanislaus, and on the right – on St. Michael’s Day

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