Wadowice is a small township placed in the south of Poland, just about 50 km far away from the city of Krakow. Wadowice is mainly famous for being the birthplace of the Pope John Paul II.
Given birth in in tewnties, he lived in that place till 1938 so many areas in Wadowice are connected with his activity at the time of his juvenility. The important one is his original previous home on Koscielna 7 Street where the Pope was raised.
Currently, it functions as a exhibition where you can view the family’s individual properties enough to mention pictures, household furniture, appliances for the kitchen as well as many others. The flat is placed close to the famous church of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the Wadowice’s centre also related to Karol Wojtyla’s maturity.
Tourists can also see the college the pope attended in Wadowice town. Because Wadowice has the origins in XIII millennium you can observe there exceptional, old structures.
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