Wadowice is a not so big township situated in the southern part of Poland, just about fifty km far away from Krakow. The town is mostly famous for being the birthplace of the Pope John Paul the 2nd.
Born in the beginning of twenties, he used to live in that place till 1938 so many places in the Wadowice town are connected with his activity at the time of his early days. Once you arrive at that place move to Koscielna 7 Street where you will see the original home where the Pope was born.
Recently, it stands for a exposition where you may find the family’s exclusive objects such like photos, furniture, oven and some others. The flat is located near the renowned cathedral of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the center also associated with Karol Wojtyla’s juvenility.
Tourists may also visit the college the pope went to in Wadowice town. The township itself dates back to thirteen millennium so there is plenty of many other important architecture.
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