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English: Grave of Nicolaus Copernicus in the Frombork Cathedral
Deutsch: Grabmal von Nikolaus Kopernikus im Frauenburger Dom
Polski: Mikołaj Kopernik - Bazylika archikatedralna Wniebowzięcia Najświętszej Maryi Panny i św. Andrzeja we Fromborku
Latina: Nicolaus Coppernicus

Nicolaus Coppernicus
natus 19.02.1473 Thoruniae
defunctus 21.05.1543 Frauenburgi
heliocentrismi artifex
canonicus warmiensis

“Christus nostrae salutis auctor” (N. Coppernicus)
Date 17 June 2010
Source Own work
Author Holger Weinandt

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54° 21′ 25.00″ N, 19° 40′ 55.00″ E

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