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Wawrzyniak is a Polish surname, and may refer to:

Andrzej Wawrzyniak Polish diplomat and art collector

Andrzej Michał Wawrzyniak is a sailor, diplomat, connoisseur and collector of Oriental art, and Founder, Lifetime Director, and Chief Curator of the Asia and Pacific Museum in Warsaw.

Edouard Wawrzyniakpseudo Waggi was a French footballer of Polish origin.

Jakub Wawrzyniak Polish footballer

Jakub Wawrzyniak is a Polish footballer currently playing as a defender for I liga club GKS Katowice. He usually plays as a left-back or center-back. Earlier in his career, he also appeared a few times as a striker and as a midfielder.

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Piotr Wawrzyniak was a Polish priest, economic and educational activist, patron of the Union of the Earnings and Economic Societies.

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Donata Jancewicz-Wawrzyniak is a retired female high jumper from Poland, who set her personal best on August 23, 1998, jumping 1.95 metres at the European Championships in Budapest where she won silver medal. She is a four-time Polish national indoor champion. She represented her native country at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain.

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Asia and Pacific Museum

The Asia and Pacific Museum in Warsaw was founded in 1973 based on a private collection of oriental art amassed and later donated to the Polish State by Andrzej Wawrzyniak - Polish sailor, diplomat, connoisseur and collector of Oriental art. After his return to Poland, he donated his collection, numbering over 3000 objects, to the Polish State. On that foundation, the Nusantara Archipelago Museum was created in Warsaw in 1973.

Sparta Brodnica is a Polish football club playing currently in IV Liga. Founded in 1913 as Gymnasial Fussbal Club, it is based in Brodnica and plays at the Brodnica OSiR Stadium. The club was most successful in the nineties.

Władysław Wawrzyniak was a Polish military commander, holding the rank of major.

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