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Kraków-Łagiewniki is on the outskirts of Cracow and is where Saint Faustina's convent is. There is now a Shrine of Divine Mercy here, which was dedicated by Pope John Paul II in 2002.

Martha, from Scotland has been a pilgrim here      

"I have been overwhelmed in many ways and very conscious of the graces that I have received just in the last few days while being here at the Divine Mercy Shrine in Krakow. I see how much Mary is so much a part of Divine Mercy her Son, and how we get so close to Him through her. I think coming from a parish which is dedicated to Our Lady of Perpetual Succour and whose medal I have been wearing round my neck for a number of months now must surely feature in the fact that I softened my hard shell and took the opportunity when it came to be here. It is a very personal experience coming here and I'm sure for everyone it's similar in many ways but different in so many other ways, because it does touch one to the heart and all through oneself."