Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and St. John the Evangelist (Polish: Archikatedra św. Jana Chrzciciela i św. Jana Ewangelisty) was built in the years 1586-1604. It is the largest church in Lublin, serving as the archcathedral church of the Lublin Archdiocese. At the entrance to the church, on the right side there is a replica of the Shroud of Turin. The image of the Mother of God and the Tribunal Cross deserve special attention. Continuing on, tourist can visit the Acoustic Sacristy where a whisper spoken in one corner can be easily heard in the opposite corner. In addition, it is possible to visit the Treasury where richly decorated costumes and church jewels as well as other valuable items have been collected. There are Crypts under the Cathedral that can be visited. In the past, deceased monks and important Lublin personalities were buried there. Currently, this part is adapted for sightseeing. The Trinitarian Tower - the highest vantage point in Lublin, stands by the cathedral. The Lublin Market Square is also very close.