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Principality of Wallachia
Wallachia (Ţara Românească)
Coat of arms
Coat of arms
Capital Câmpulung, Curtea de Argeş, Târgovişte, Bucureşti
Languages Romanian (commonly used, later official), Church Slavonic (in early official use)
Government Principality
Princes of Wallachia (Voivodes, Hospodars)
 •  1310-1352 Basarab I - the first
 •  1859-1862 Alexander John Cuza - the last
 •  Basarab I unifies the small voivodships in Wallachia 1317
 •  De Jure Union of the Danubian Principalities 1862
Succeeded by
Romanian Principalities

Wallachia (also spelled Walachia; Romanian: Ţara Românească or "The Romanian Land") is a historical area of Romania. Wallachia is divided into two sections, Muntenia (Greater Wallachia) and Oltenia (Lesser Wallachia).

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