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Wawel monstrance

17th-century baroque monstrance donated by Michał Oborski, auxiliary bishop of Kraków. According to legend, the cross on it, set with diamonds, was supposed to belong to Queen Anna the Jagiellonian. Under the cross there is a medallion with the Crucifixion and the coat of arms of Leszczyc and an inscription referring to Ewa Ponętowska, the donor of the medallion. On the foot there are representations of St. Stanislaus, St. Nicholas, St. Florian and St. Adalbert.