Landmarks/ Points of Interest in Czestochowa

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Points of Interest & Landmarks in Czestochowa

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  • Valerie A Fadok
    Lafayette, CO3 contributions
    This image of Mary and Jesus is the highpoint of the visit. Several miracles have been attributed to this image.
    Written December 1, 2022
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  • Tom P J
    56 contributions
    The world famous Black Madonna is located in the Pauline Monastery in Czestochowa. In the Chapel of the Virgin, the sacred icon is kept for veneration. This is considered the most sacred place in Poland. The icon is magnificent. During the last century, it was vandalized and slashed with a knife. When it was restored, a scar was painted as a reminder of where the art work was slashed. We visited on a Sunday and the crowds were enormous; there to attend Mass.
    Written October 5, 2018
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  • Piotr S
    20 contributions
    This place is the main street of Czestochowa. Aleje (Avenues) were designed in 1826 when the city has experienced big industrial development . Many historical tenements, central walking passage, monuments, tourists/pilgrims, restaurants, coffees are close to Jasna Gora Monastery in the city centre of Czestochowa. If you going to visit Jasna Góra sanctuary you have to remember about walking by this representative street. This avenue is connected by buses and trams with other parts of Czestochowa. Two cinemas, art galleries, museums are there too. You can catch the bus to the ruins of the Olsztyn castle very close to Aleje NMP (Piłsudskiego Street/Railway station). I can recommended to see Aleje NMP avenue for example at 13-14, 25 August (if you want to see many pilgrims from other parts of Poland). Greetings
    Written May 6, 2017
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  • tonyhalik
    london301 contributions
    side of a tower block is painted to look modern and clean located in the city center on the way to the monastery
    Written January 17, 2021
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  • Greger R
    Sollentuna, Sweden16 contributions
    Fun place with a lot of miniatures of sacred buildings. The statue of John Paul II is well worth a visit. The statue is the tallest pope statue in the world.
    Written July 2, 2016
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  • Iwona W
    Gdynia, Poland59 contributions
    It's worth seeing while you're around the corner visiting old Jewish quarter but to go to Czestochowa just for the purpose of sightseeing the Old Market Square is rather waste of time. Especially that one of the four sides of the square is totally deteriorated and spoiled by disgusting shopping pavilions from the 1970s or 1980s, terrible view really, even spooky... yuk. There are some little restaurants around but they were all closed during our visit so I cannot say if they're any good.
    Written January 22, 2018
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