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Inside the 18th century Franciscan church of St. Mary Magdalen in Przemyśl. 
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Inside the 18th century Franciscan church of St. Mary Magdalen in Przemyśl.
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Nativity scene in the Franciscan church of  in Kraków. 
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Inside the Franciscan church on Franciszkańska Street in Kraków. 
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Inside the Franciscan church on Franciszkańska Street in Kraków.

The Gothic brick church was built here in 13th century for monks coming from Prague. Destroyed by the great fire of 1850, it was reconstructed in neo-Gothic style in 1850-1912.
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The 19th century crucifix in the Franciscan church in Kraków"Glory of St. Francis" - painting by Gerhard Flatz in the main altar of the Franciscan church in Kraków
In the crypt under the Franciscan church of Saint Casimir in Kraków. 
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In the crypt under the Franciscan church of Saint Casimir in Kraków.

The catacombs in the crypt under the Reformed Franciscan church are among some of the most secret places in the city of Kraków. Unique climatic conditions found in the basement caused the bodies of the dead to undergo a process of natural mummification whereby they remain in an excellent state of preservation. Among them, hidden away since 1667, are the remains of many monks and members of Polish noble families. Monastic books reveal that in total almost 1,000 bodies were placed in the catacombs over the years, among them around 730 lay people and 250 monks. The crypts, now holding only about a hundred bodies, are now made available for public viewing just once or twice a year, traditionally on All Souls' Day (November 2nd), the day after All Saints' Day. In the past, the mummies attracted crowds of visitors, causing adverse climatic challenges.
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In the crypt under the Franciscan church of Saint Casimir in Kraków. 
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In the crypt under the Franciscan church of Saint Casimir in Kraków.

Near the entrance lie the bodies of Ignacy Zieliński, the Burgrave of Kraków who died in 1787, and his brother.
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