Miechowice Wielkie, Poland, April 2, 2011:
The pope John Paul 2 monument in a village, southern Poland. This monument was made by the villagers in 1985 during communist times and was kept in a garrage for two years. Then, in 1987, during pope's visit to Poland, they took their risk and put the monument up in a village. It stands there ever since.  
 
(Photo by Piotr Malecki / Panos Pictures) (image by Piotr Malecki)
Miechowice Wielkie, Poland, April 2, 2011: The pope John Paul 2 monument in a village, southern Poland. This monument was made by the villagers in 1985 during communist times and was kept in a garrage for two years. Then, in 1987, during pope's visit to Poland, they took their risk and put the monument up in a village. It stands there ever since. (Photo by Piotr Malecki / Panos Pictures)
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