[EN]About the place:
The Cathedral of St. John Baptist
This is one of the most important churches in Lower Silesia. It was designed in a gothic style and it has been standing in this place (Cathedral Street) for around 700 years. The building we see nowadays is the fourth church here. It astonishes a lot of people - the length of the Cathedral is over 100 meters and the width is around 45 meters. It was dedicated to St. John Baptist - the patron of Wrocław. The cathedral has got a few towers from which you can admire the amazing landscape of Wrocław. In the sanctuary we can see a wonderful, sculptured St Mary's Altar from the year 1522. The interior of the church was rebuilt in the Baroque, however the stained glass windows present the art of polish after-war artists. In the church you can see chapels which come from various years (XIV - XVIII century). They contain beautiful decorations which show us the difference of art in different centuries. An interesting fact is that the church organs (built in XX century) were the biggest such an instrument in the world (after they were built). Fortunately they survived the war (they were a little bit damaged) and after the renovation you can listen to them until today.
[EN]About the cache:
The cache is hidden on the coordinates. There are always a lot of people around so please be very careful during caching.
The cache contains a logbook, a pencil and certifactes at the start.
We also recommend entering the building as it's also very beautiful inside, the entrance is close to the place where the cache is hidden.
Good luck and have fun!