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Krakow. Małopolska Region.Traces of John Paul II

Krakow. Małopolska Region.Traces of John Paul II

Krakow and Małopolska were home to one of the most important figure of our times – the late Pope John Paul II.
As a young student, priest, and then bishop and Archbishop of Krakow, as well as an enthusiastic tourist, Karol Wojtyła was closely bound with many places in the Małopolska land. He left for the conclave in Rome from Małopolska and this is where he most often returned in his reminiscences and during his pastoral visits to his homeland. When
seeking traces of Blessed John Paul II, it is worth visiting places where he lived, studied and worked, as this was where the thoughts and fate of the Polish Pope were shaped.

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