The Zbruch idol replica is located near the Wawel castle in Krakau, Poland.
The Zbruch idol (Polish. Światowid ze Zbrucza, ukr. Збручанський ідол) is a four-sided column made of limestone. It is the representation of one or more Slavic deities, probably Svetovid, and originated in the 9th or 10th century. The column was found in 1848 in the river Sbruch near the village Lychkivtsi (ukr. Личківці) in what was then Eastern Galicia, now Ukraine, and is located in the Archaeological Museum in Krakow. Faithful replicas can be found in Moscow, Kiev, Hrodna, Warsaw, Vilnius, Odessa and Ternopil.