Guttenberg Bible in Pelplin

It is one of the 48 preserved incunables. The Latin text of the Vulgate, or the translation of the books of the Old and New Testament made by St. Jerome, was printed on 541 sheets of paper in a narrow dual typesetting and 42-line system.

This unique, well-preserved masterpiece of the art of printing with the original binding, made in the 15th century in Lübeck workshop by Heinrich Coster, can be seen in the Diocesan Museum in Pelplin.

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Distance — 19.1 KM

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