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Cathedral Basilica

The Cathedral Basilica dedicated to the Assumption of Mary in Płock is one of the oldest sacred buildings in Poland.

It is one of the most precious historical buildings in the city with the sarcophagus with the remains of two Polish rulers – Władysław Herman and his son Boleslaus Wrymouth.

The Płock Cathedral Basilica is a classic example of the architecture dating back to the 12th century, whereas its decoration and structure show influence of the following centuries. Inside the cathedral are  the Płock Doors  – the replica of the pair of doors cast in Magdeburg on the order of the then bishop of Płock.

Next to the Basilica the monument of Pope John Paul II was presented in 1994.


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