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A trail sign on Hala Turbacz in the Gorce mountain range. 
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A trail sign on Hala Turbacz in the Gorce mountain range.
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My return to mountain biking: Hala Turbacz in the Gorce mountain range. 
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My return to mountain biking: Hala Turbacz in the Gorce mountain range.
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Hala Turbacz
Jaworzyna Kamienicka (1200-1260 m) in the Gorce mountain range. 
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Jaworzyna Kamienicka (1200-1260 m) in the Gorce mountain range.
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Papieżówka: a small glade in the Kamienica valley in the Gorce mountain range. 
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Papieżówka: a small glade in the Kamienica valley in the Gorce mountain range.

Cardinal Karol Wojtyła had spent two weeks in the wooden hut here, just two years before he was elected Pope John Paul II.
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A papal monument, Papieżówka, Gorce
The Chapel of Mother of God, Queen of Gorce, on southern slopes of Turbacz, commonly called the Papal Chapel. 
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The Chapel of Mother of God, Queen of Gorce, on southern slopes of Turbacz, commonly called the Papal Chapel.

This wooden chapel, full of patriotic symbols, was built in 1979 as a gift to Pope John Paul II during his first pilgrimage to Poland.
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Thursday, Nov 2, 2017: On the walls of Palácio da Pena in Sintra, Portugal
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