Velehrad - The Basilica of Assumption Virgin Mary - Stock image

Church, Czech Republic, Famous Place, Monument, Moravia

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Basilica of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and St Cyril and Methodius in Velehrad is part of the Velehrad monastery and is the most important pilgrimage church of the Czech Republic. Velehrad is a village in the Uherske Hradiste District (Zlin Region) of the Czech Republic. It has a population of 1,323 and is the most important pilgrimage place in the Czech Republic. According to one tradition, in Middle Ages (9th - beginning 10th century) it was the capital of the Slavic state of Great Moravia. In the 1990s it was visited twice by the Pope John Paul II.
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