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- Lubomirski is a Polish princely family. The Lubomirski family's coat of arms is the Drużyna coat of arms, which is similar to the Szreniawa coat of arms...
- Lubomirski Palace is the name of several palaces of the Lubomirski family: Lubomirski Palace, Białystok pl:Pałac Rüdigerów w Białymstoku Lubomirski Palace...
- Aleksander Lubomirski may refer to: Aleksander Dominik Lubomirski (1693–1720), Polish nobleman (szlachcic) Aleksander Ignacy Lubomirski (1802–1893), Polish...
- Prince Alexi Lubomirski (born 1975) is a British photographer and Polish nobleman best known for taking the official photographs of Prince Harry and Meghan...
- Jerzy Lubomirski is the name of several Polish noblemen: Jerzy Sebastian Lubomirski (1616–1667), Polish nobleman and prince, leader of the Lubomirski Rebellion...
- Prince Teodor Lubomirski (1683–1745) was a Polish nobleman (szlachcic). He was owner of Lańcut, Ujazdów and Połonne. Voivode of Kraków Voivodeship and...
- Prince Jan Lubomirski (died 1736) was a Polish szlachcic. He was starost of Bolimów, owner of Głogów and Robotycze....
- Michał Lubomirski (1752–1809) was a Polish military commander and a Lieutenant General of the Polish Army. A son to Stanisław Lubomirski (1704–1793),...
- Lubomirski's rebellion or Lubomirski's rokosz (Polish: rokosz Lubomirskiego), was a rebellion against Polish King John II Casimir, initiated by the Polish...
- Franciszek Ksawery Lubomirski (1747–1819) was a Polish noble, Russian general. Son of Stanisław Lubomirski, he had many possessions around Kiev, which...
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