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Statue of John Paul II in Borzychy
Poland
Statue of John Paul II in Borzychy is located next to the football field and playground. 17 October 2007 was the official unveiling of the monument. At obelisk bears a quotation from Pope's homily - "To believe in Christ means to desire unity."
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