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Swiebodzin. Statue of Christ, the King of Universe.
The originator and organizer of the construction of the monument, the local priest Sylwester Zawadzki said in 2010:
"Jesus had an idea, I just realized it. Now I am very happy. This is one of the most important events in my life."
At the same time - that is in 2010 - the local building inspector said:
"I remember the July 22, 2008, newspapers reported then about plans of the priest. He spread a vision of the figure 33 meters high.
I clutched my head in disbelief !
In the proposal to the governor he reported the construction of a small garden architecture.
I initiated control. I obliged the priest to carry out expertise of foundation bearing capacity. And the cat’s out of the bag..."
After the death of father Zawadzki in 2014, according to his last wish - cut of his heart and buried it under the monument.
To this day, the prosecution check or there was not break the law, because according to the rules, body can be bury only in place special designated for this and is not allow to dismember the body.
1. Transit Warsaw - Swiebodzin.
2. Swiebodzin. Monument of Christ, the King of Universe (1 hour). Individual entrance to the hill with the monument and sightseeing with our guide.
3. Transit Swiebodzin - Warsaw.
Total price for private guided tour with english speaking Educator & Driver:
All tickets and fees included in the price.
The total duration of the tour: 8 hours.
Distance between Warsaw and Swiebodzin is 415 km / 146 miles.
Approximate driving time one way: 3,5 hours.
Time of Swiebodzin Tour may vary slightly due to the situation on the road or random events which are out of Organizer's control.
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