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John Paul II is the most traveled pope in Roman Catholic Church history. He's made more than 90 trips outside of Italy, setting foot in over 120 countries.Here's a list of his previous foreign trips outside Italy.

1979
Jan. 25-Feb.1Mexico
June 2-10Poland
Sept. 29-Oct. 7Ireland, U.S. and United Nations
Jan. 25-Feb.1Mexico
Jan. 25-Feb.1Mexico
Nov. 28-30Turkey

1980
May 2-12Zaire, Congo Republic, Kenya, Ghana, Upper Volta, Ivory Coast
May 30-June2 France
June 30-July 12Brazil
Nov. 15-19West Germany

1981
Feb. 16-27Philippines, Guam, Japan

1982
Feb. 12-19 Nigeria, Benin, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea
May 12-15Portugal
May 28-June 2Great Britain
June 11-12 Argentina (stopover in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
June 15Switzerland
Aug. 29San Marino
Oct 31-Nov.9Spain

1983
March 2-10 Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, El Salvador, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, Haiti
June 16-23Poland
Aug 14-15 France
Sept. 10-13Austria

1984
May 2-12 South Korea, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Thailand (stopover in Fairbanks, Alaska)
June 12-17Switzerland
Sept. 9-20 Canada
Oct. 10-12Spain, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico

1985
Jan. 26-Feb. 6 Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Trinidad and Tobago
May 11-12Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg
Aug. 8-19 Togo, Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Zaire, Kenya, Morocco
Sept. 8Liechtenstein

1986
Jan. 31-Feb. 10 India
July 1-7Colombia, St. Lucia
Oct. 4-7 France
Nov. 19-Dec. 1Australia, New Zealand, Bangladesh, Fiji, Singapore, Seychelles

1987
Mar. 31-Apr. 13 Uruguay, Chile, Argentina
Apr. 30-May 4West Germany
June 8-14 Poland
Sept. 10-20U.S., Canada

1988
May 7-18 Uruguay, Bolivia, Peru, Paraguay
June 23-27Austria
Sept. 10-19 Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland, Mozambique, with a detour through South Africa
Oct. 8-11France

1989
Apr. 28-May 6 Madagascar, Reunion, Zambia, Malawi
June 1-10Norway, Iceland, Finland, Denmark, Sweden
Aug. 19-21 Spain
Oct. 6-16South Korea, Indonesia, East Timor, Mauritius

1990
Jan. 25-Feb. 1 Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Mali, Burkina Faso
Apr. 21-22Czechoslovakia
May 6-13 Mexico, Curacao
May 25-27Malta
Sept. 1-10Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Ivory Coast

1991
May 10-13 Portugal
June 1-9Poland
Aug. 13-20 Poland, Hungary
Oct. 12-20Brazil

1992
Feb. 19-26 Senegal, Gambia, Guinea
June 4-10Angola, Sao Tome
Oct. 9-14 Dominican Republic

1993
Feb. 3-10 Benin, Uganda, Sudan
Apr. 25Albania
June 12-17 Spain
Aug. 9-16 Jamaica, Mexico, U.S.
Sept. 4-10 Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia

1994
Sept. 10-11 Croatia

1995
Jan. 12-21Philippines, Australia, Papua New Guinea, Sri Lanka
June 3-4Belgium
June 30Slovakia
Sept. 16-21Kenya
Oct. 4-9U.S.

1996
Feb. 5-12Guatemala, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Venezuela
April 14Tunisia
May 17-19Slovenia
June 21-23Germany
Sept. 6-7Hungary
Sept. 19-22France

1997
April 27Czech Republic
May 10-13Lebanon
May 31 - June 10Poland
August 13-17France
OctoberBrazil

1998
January 21-25Cuba
March 21-23Nigeria
June 19-21Austria
October 2-4Croatia

1999
January 22-27Mexico, U.S.
May 7-9Romania
June 5-17Poland
September 19Slovenia
November 6-9India, Georgia

2000
February 24-26Egypt
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