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Jasna Gora MonasteryJasna Gora Monastery

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Train Travels

by whoaa_

Hi, I live in sweden but im planning to go to poland during this christmas, but i was wondering if i can travel from czestochowa to gdansk by train 01.01.1010? Is that possible? Since im travelling via gdansk airport. Thanks..

Re: Train Travels

by Jawnuta

There is bunch of trains between Gdansk and CZestochowa
Some are non stop, some you have to change in Warsaw. I would recommend non-stop. See the website in english to search for your train.

Re: Train Travels

by casey128

why dont you go to krakow and take Jet Air direct to gdansk....the plane leaves about 9 am and costs about $100....takes 1 1/2 hour to get there which is a whole lot faster than the train especially since they are doing work on the warsaw to gdansk line....its a small 18 seat prop plane....but it saves you so much time

Re: Train Travels

by tukacper

Of course it is possible (all info at but it will takes you about 8-9 hours.


Re: Train Travels

by Jawnuta

Those small planes in the middle of winter are often canceled. They are also canceled if there is not enough tickets sold.
Train is slow, but it will get you there......some day :-)

Travel Tips for Czestochowa

Cardinal Wyszynski

by magor65

' When I look at the strrets of a big city with crowds of people I think to myself: how many children the Holy Father has. And he knows all of them and cares for them, never forgetting anyone. God doesn't know the dimension for Heart. It is people that dose out the heart as if they were pharmacists'.

the words of Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski


by gosiaPL

This is the painting adorned with the so-called Diamond Robe, another popular image of Our Lady of Czestochowa distributed also as little pocket-size pictures.

The painting has eight different robes made of precious fabrics with golden embroidery and jewel stones (some of the stones go back to 15th c.). To see the robes click here, scroll down and enlarge the photos. The robes are absolutely lovely!
The robes are displayed in the 600th Anniversary Museum at Jasna Gora. Looking at the Miraculous Painting from the distance of maybe 3-4 meters right in the Chapel behind the metal gate... That was a once in a lifetime experience, and certainly not because of having a chance to examine the precious robe!

Stunning, enchanting, and moving atmosphere

by andypole

Jasna Gora , Sanctuary of the Mother of God, holds the "Black Madonna" icon and is the most religous place in Poland. It MUST be the reason you visit Czestochowa. At the most religous times of the year, to see the thousands of pilgrims and visitors coming to the church is amazing. The building itself is fantastic, mounted on top of a military fort, it's highest tower can be seen for miles. Once inside, the atmosphere is beautiful. During the numerous masses that take place throughout the day, try to find a place towards the front of the "Black Madonna" chapel. This is no easy task as hundreds of faithful worshippers of all ages fill the chapel in the hope that they will see the Icon when the cover is revealed at the end of each mass. To hear the sung prayers echoing around you is deeply moving and will stay in the memories of anyone experiencing them.


by gosiaPL

This is an amazing place, as beautiful as the Basilica. The polychrome vaults were completed in 1693, and the cabinets also go back to the second half of the 17th c. You are really in an entirely different world the moment you enter the sacristy (which is between the Chapel and the Basilica).

I remember when I first saw it... I literally froze as I did not expect this "function" chamber to be such beauty... One of the monks laughed when he saw my face! :-)

Photo from Jasna Gora website

Some history from Jasna Gora

by sihi

On the limehills extending from Krakow to Wielun ("land of the eagle's nest") on the River Warta, rises the city of Czestochowa, the capital of the province of the same name. It is believed that the name of the city derives from its founder, a Slav called Czestoch. In 13th century documents, it is mentioned as a village of horsemen called Czestochowa and at the end of the 14th century, it received its charter.


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