Cracow Guide

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The Path of John Paul II

Let me-before I leave…look once more at Krakow where every stone and every brick is dear to me…-he said on Blonia Commons in 1979 during his first pilgrim to Poland.

Despite the fact that sunce his call to the holly see on 16th October 1978 Karol Wojtyla has not lived in Krakow, but each of his visits to the Royal Cityleft traces not only in human hearts. He has loved Poland and Poles, theirs strehgh and faith. Kraków and Tatra Mountains had always spacial place in his heart.
There are many places in Krakow associated with Karol Wojtyla/Jan Pawel II.

We know that Jan Pawel II is and always be present in Krakow citizens' hearts!!!