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Saint Basilica St. Paul Outside the Walls is one of four papal basilicas in Rome and the Vatican. The present appearance of the church is the result of reconstruction after the fire in 1823. The grave of St. Paweł with a beautiful Gothic canopy made by Arnolfo di Cambio in 1285. It is also worth paying attention to the Byzantine style mosaics and medallions depicting subsequent popes - from Saint. Peter, until Francis. The basilica has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1980.
Saint Basilica Paul was erected by the emperors Theodosius I, Arkadiusz and Valentinian II in the years 386-440 in the place where earlier Lucyna Roman buried the body of St. Paul. In the middle of the courtyard stands a statue of the Apostle of the Nations with a sword - his attribute and symbol of martyr's death. It is also worth paying attention to the door on the right called the Holy Gate, opened only on the occasion of the jubilee of the holy year.