As we think about Poland, we see a christian country, with a devout religious community. Christian culture and architecture was growing constantly for a thousand years since 966 Poland has adopted Christianity.
Whilst visiting Krakow it is worth focusing on the Christian part of Poland’s history. You simply have to leave your hotel to encounter an enormous amount of churches, basilicas, and sacral sculptures- but very close to Krakow we have something even more special.
Located in the city of Częstochowa is Poland's national shrine icon, which have drawn pilgrims from across the globe for centuries. Long popular with pilgrims and holidaymakers, the most famous Polish sanctuary with the holy icon of the Black Madonna.