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Poland: the Pope John Paul II' itinerary
Poland: the Pope John Paul II' itinerary

John Paul II, born Karol Jozef Wojtyla (05.18.1920 – 02.04.2005) had led the Roman Catholic Church for nearly 27 years. He was elected as Pope on October 16, 1978 as the first non-Italian pope since 1523. He held this position until his death. His pontificate, the third longest in history, was marked by many trips abroad, 104 in total. During those trips he had visited every continent where the faithful lived, so that many people knew him as the Pilgrim Pope. He was the pope who opened his pontificate to the faithful; he had visited such places where the foot of any of his predecessors had not set. He believed his pilgrimages constituted a bridge between nations and religions, allowing to clear differences created by history. The country more visited by John Paul II was his native Poland: for 8 times it had met him. During this trip you we will remind you of details of his life and will show you his favorite places in Poland – the country where his story began.

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