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About Czestochowa

Famous for being the home of the "Black Madonna" in the monastery of Jasna Gora, a revered icon of the Virgin Mary, where millions of pilgrims from all over the world flock to on an annual basis; Czestochowa sits in the southern area of Poland on the Warta River. An Honorary Citizen of Czestochowa, Pope John Paul II has prayed before the Madonna on numerous occasions and in 2006, Pope Benedict XVI made the pilgrimage to the city.

The 13th most populous city in Poland, it is the largest economic, cultural and administrative hub in the north of the Silesian Voivodeship. Awash in ore deposits, the city is home to one of the biggest steelworks in Poland and numerous other manufacturers. Nicknamed "little Nuremberg" due to the number of souvenir shops lining its streets, Czestochowa will have you wetting your pants if you are an architectural buff.

In the core of the city you will find "Ulica 7 Kamienic" (aka 7 Townhouse Street), one of its stunning historical streets created in the early 19th Century and named after the 7 houses that were built. There is Zapalkiewicz's House a classic treat from 1871, Mercantile Townhouse an eclectic townhouse from the late 1800s, a neo-classicist townhouse named Kohn's House built in 1865, the art nouveau eye candy of the Polish Bank's Townhouse (1904) and the classic Bieganski's House from 1880 to gawk at. You can walk in the footsteps of the pilgrims of eons ago when you meander along the main road of Najświętszej Maryi Panny Avenue (aka The Holy Virgin Mary Avenue).

If you want to gaze at a palace then head to the Baroque Revival styled Hantke's Palace built in 1901 that once housed the German hospital and army hotel, but is now the home of the High School of Arts. The Częstochowa Regional Museum sits in a classicist townhouse that was once the local headquarters of the Polish Army.

When you are on building overload, head to one of the 2 city parks squatting on the Jasna Gora Hill for some time out, where you can stroll around the Iron Ore Museum if the fancy takes you.