I had no interest in the religious aspect, but was interested to see the tribute to Krakow's pride, Pope John Paul II, and this was very well done from that perspective. This is a museum essentially dedicated to someone who lived his life during a time when cameras were everywhere, and he was recognized as someone very special while he still lived. It's interesting to see what got kept and collected to commemorate the life of a great man of our times.
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