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The tomb of pope Giovanni Paolo II is situated in the crypt of St Peter' Basilica. This Saint rest under a white marble plate.
I was impressed by this simplicity, being an admirer of Giovanni Paolo II.
The tomb of Pope John Paul II is located in a side chapel near the front entrance of the Vatican. I think this was placed there due to the large crowds of people that seek to visit his remains.
There are wooden pews and kneelers...More
On the ground floor of St Peter’s Basilica is the crypt where there are tombs of previous popes.
The tomb of John Paul II is in a glass coffin and after his canonisation were transferred to his present resting place. I presume it is important...More
Pope St John Paul II's papacy lasted for more than two and a half decades and his final resting place is extremely fitting for the millions of pilgrims who pay respect and pray at his tomb.
It is very busy inside St Peters itself, but...More
The tomb of Pope John Paul II now lies on the ground floor of St Peter’s Basilica following his recent canonisation. It gets busy around the tomb where you can stop and pray. Given that he was the second longest serving pope of all time...More