One of the Czech stereotypes about Poles is that they are fanatical Catholics. And our northern neighbors are doing everything possible to confirm this stereotype. Swiebodzin, a city of 22,000 in western Poland, shows the pragmatic face of Polish Catholicism: It wants to attract tourists and the curious to the largest statue of Jesus Christ […]

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