Czestochowa is a town on the river Warta, dating to the 13th century, which has gained is fame with the miraculous picture of "Our Lady of Czestochowa", the Black Madona, who is said to have saved
the Monastery of Jasna Gora after its siege in the 17th century by invading Swedes. Poland. 1979.
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