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St. Florian's Church

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The Collegiate Church of St. Florian (Polish: Kościół św. Floriana w Krakowie) is a historic church in Kraków, Poland. It stands at the northern end of the Matejko Square and the former centre of the mediaeval city of Kleparz, now a district of Kraków.

From 17 September 1949 till September 1951 future pope John Paul II, Karol Wojtyła, worked there as a vicar and in 1999 he renamed the church as the Lesser Basilica. He also visited the church on his pilgrimage to Poland on 18 September 2002.

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Panorama's in de omgeving van Krakow

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A: Matejki Square

door Karol Kwiatek, 170 hier vandaan

Matejki Square

B: Pomnik Władysława Jagiełły

door Leszek Cuper, 180 hier vandaan

Pomnik Władysława Jagiełły

C: Polska, Kraków, Monument Grunwaldzki

door Thomas Blanket, 190 hier vandaan

Polska, Kraków, Monument Grunwaldzki

D: Galeria Krakowska - Pawia Street

door Karol Kwiatek, 240 hier vandaan

Shopping centre opened in 2007

Galeria Krakowska - Pawia Street

E: Krakow Barbakan

door Maciej G. Szling, 250 hier vandaan

Krakow Barbakan

F: Barbakan as seen from the inner balcony

door Jan Mulder, 270 hier vandaan

The fortification Barbakan just outside the wall of the old city of Krakow has been nicely renovated ...

Barbakan as seen from the inner balcony

G: Barbakan, centre of the court yard

door Jan Mulder, 280 hier vandaan

The fortification Barbakan just outside the wall of the old city of Krakow has been nicely renovated ...

Barbakan, centre of the court yard

H: Barbakan as seen from the inner balcony near the staircase

door Jan Mulder, 290 hier vandaan

The fortification Barbakan just outside the wall of the old city of Krakow has been nicely renovated ...

Barbakan as seen from the inner balcony near the staircase

I: Barbakan

door Maciej G. Szling, 290 hier vandaan

Barbakan

J: Barbican of Kraków and Florian Gate

door Karol Kwiatek, 310 hier vandaan

The Barbican of Kraków (Polish: Barbakan Krakowski) is a fortified outpost or gateway – a barbican – ...

Barbican of Kraków and Florian Gate

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Text by Steve Smith.

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