1000 years of the Bishoptric of Wroclaw. A courtyard mural of the year 2000, Archbishop's Palace in Wroclaw, Poland.Only 34 years after Baptism of Poland AD 966, Wroclaw became a seat of bishop.
Map of the Bischopric of Wroclaw in the times of Boleslaw Chrobry. A courtyard mural, Archbishop's Palace in Wroclaw, Poland.
on the crossroads of main continental routes of Europe, The Royal
Highway (Via Regia), and The Amber Highway (Via Sucinaria), in the
times of Boleslaw the Brave (Chrobry), Wroclaw, the capital of Polish
Silesia, along with Poznan, Krakow and Kolobrzeg became a seat of Roman
Catholic bishop under the rule of archbishop in Gniezno.