Wadowice is a minor town settled in the Malopolska voivodeship, just about fifty km far away from Krakow. The town is mainly famous for standing for the birthplace of the Pope John Paul the second.
Lots of spots in the town of Wadowice refer to the pope’s bygone existence. Once you arrive there go to Koscielna 7 Street where you will see the original flat where the Pope was born.
These days, it functions as a museum where you can watch the family’s private belongings enough to mention photographs, furnishings, appliances for the kitchen and numerous others. In the neighborhood of the flat there is the beautiful baroque church building of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary inside the middle section of the town where the young Karol Wojtyla liked to pray.
Likewise his high school is available for visitors. The town itself has origins in XIII millennium so there exists quite a few other past buildings.
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