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  1. Wawel Cathedral - Wikipedia

    Stanisława i Wacława na Wawelu), also known as the Wawel Cathedral (Polish: Katedra Wawelska), is a Roman Catholic church and cathedral of the Archdiocese of Kraków, located on Wawel Hill in Kraków, Poland. More than 900 years old, it is the Polish national sanctuary and traditionally has served as coronation site of the Polish monarchs.

    • Interior

      The Cathedral comprises a nave with aisles, transepts with...

    • Royal chapels and crypts

      The Wawel Cathedral has been the main burial site for Polish...

    • Gallery

      The Sigismund's Tower, which contains the Sigismund's Bell

  2. Wawel Castle - Wikipedia

    The Wawel Castle (Polish pronunciation: [ˈvavɛl]; Zamek Królewski na Wawelu) is a castle residency located in central Kraków, Poland, and the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in the world.

  3. Coronations in Poland - Wikipedia

    Coronations in Poland officially began in 1025 and continued until 1764, when the final king of an independent Poland, Stanisław August Poniatowski, was crowned at St. John's Cathedral in Warsaw. Most Polish coronations took place at the Wawel Cathedral in Kraków, but crownings also occurred in Poznań and at Gniezno Cathedral.

    King or queen Polish name
    Boleslaus I the Brave Bolesław I Chrobry
    Boleslaus I the Brave Bolesław I Chrobry
    18 April 1025
    Gniezno Cathedral
    25 December 1025
    Gniezno Cathedral
    Richeza of Lotharingia Rycheza Lotaryńska
    25 December 1025
    Gniezno Cathedral
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  5. The Sigismund Bell - Wikipedia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Royal Sigismund Bell (Polish: Królewski Dzwon Zygmunt or Dzwon Zygmunta) is the largest of the five bells hanging in the Sigismund Tower of the Wawel Cathedral in the Polish city of Kraków. It was cast in 1520 by Hans Behem and named after King Sigismund I of Poland, who commissioned it.

    • 2.41 m (7 ft 11 in)
    • Named after King Sigismund I of Poland
  6. Talk:Wawel Cathedral - Wikipedia

    Wawel Cathedral is within the scope of WikiProject Catholicism, an attempt to better organize and improve the quality of information in articles related to the Catholic Church. For more information, visit the project page .

  7. John Paul II Cathedral Museum - Wikipedia

    The John Paul II Cathedral Museum is a museum in Kraków, Poland. It is situated on Wawel Hill, between the Vasa Gate and the former seat of the Castle Seminary, in the Cathedral House, which is composed of two 14th-century buildings.

  8. Wawel Dragon - Wikipedia

    Wawel Cathedral and Kraków's Wawel Castle stand on Wawel Hill. In front of the entrance to the cathedral, there are bones of Pleistocene creatures hanging on a chain, which were found and carried to the cathedral in medieval times as the remains of a dragon.

  9. Catedrala Wawel - Wikipedia

    Stanisława i Wacława na Wawelu), cunoscută și sub denumirea de Catedrala Wawel (poloneză katedra wawelska), este o biserică romano-catolică localizată pe Dealul Wawel din Cracovia, Polonia. Mai mult de 900 de ani, aceasta este un sanctuar național polonez și în mod tradițional a servit ca loc de încoronare a monarhilor polonezi ...

  10. Catedral de Wawel – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

    A Real Catedral Basílica dos Santos Estanislau e Venceslau no Monte Wawel (em polonês/polaco: królewska bazylika archikatedralna śś. Stanisława i Wacława na Wawelu), também conhecida como Catedral de Wawel (em polonês/polaco: katedra wawelska), é uma igreja católica romana localizada no monte Wawel, em Cracóvia, na Polônia.

  11. Katedrála na Wawelu – Wikipedieála_na_Wawelu

    Katedrála na Wawelu, plným názvem Katedrální bazilika svatého Stanislava a svatého Václava, je arcidiecézní kostel na Wawelském pahorku v Krakově.Je to polské posvátné místo velkého národního a historického významu a je i polskou kulturní památkou.