Wallachia

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Principality of Wallachia

Wallachia (Ţara Românească)
1317–1862
Flag of Wallachia
Flag
Coat of arms of Wallachia
Coat of arms
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CapitalCâmpulung, Curtea de Argeş, Târgovişte, Bucureşti
Common languagesRomanian (commonly used, later official), Church Slavonic (in early official use)
GovernmentPrincipality
Princes of Wallachia (Voivodes, Hospodars) 
• 1310-1352
Basarab I - the first
• 1859-1862
Alexander John Cuza - the last
History 
• 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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