Kalwaria Zebrzydowska

Kalwaria Zebrzydowska

was established at the beginning of 17th century and it was designed in imitation of the Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem.


The originator of its construction was Cracow voivode Mikołaj Zebrzydowski.

There is a baroque basilica with a miraculous painting of Our Lady of Kalwaria, a monastery, a baroque and mannerist complex of churches and chapels.

All buildings and symbolic locations of the Passion of Christ and the life of the Mother of God are picturesquely incorporated in the landscape of the Beskids.

The sanctuary is always visited by thousands of pilgrims, especially in the Holy Week, before Easter and in August.

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