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Sanctuary Studzieniczna

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Hidden : 09/09/2011
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A description of this extraordinary place and its history. I visited them many times but still come here with the desire. He went there as John Paul II stated various kinds of accents and a monument on the peninsula, also labeled the papal route. Treasure is hidden outside the sacred. In the oak alley at the lake.

Studzieniczna - information from translated by "diament" Studzieniczanskiej Shrine of Our Lady - the Mother Church in Studzieniczna Studzieniczna the Diocese Diocesan Marian shrine Elk. Nearly 300 years pilgrims come here to bow to the miraculous image of Our Lady. Painted on canvas glued to board picture shows Our Lady of Czestochowa. Probably originated in the mid-eighteenth century, though its origin is unknown. According to legend, when Napoleon's expedition to Moscow, was donated by the Polish troops, who revered him in the field altar, as a vote of thanks for saving his life and a happy return to his homeland. It was around 1812, in a short time, the image became the subject of worship and pilgrimage. 5/7/1995 imposed on the image of the papal crown. Sanctuary is located on Lake Studzienicznym the former islands. The origins of the Marian cult dates back to 1667 when the monastery in Wigry Camaldolese monks settled. Ok. 1715, a of the monks lived on the island. In the early eighteenth century, settled on the island hermit, Vincent Murawski, who in 1770 built a chapel at the well of the miraculous water. Image of Our Lady originally hung on the oak. In 1786, imported from Augustow makeshift temple erected to the time you build a proper church. Sanctuary was established around the country. In 1838, established a branch here Szczebra parish, and in 1873 was founded an independent parish. In 1876 the island was built a brick, octagonal chapel that still stands today. It was placed on the 64 oak piles of logs connected kratowaniem and reinforced paving stone. Refers to the style of the Renaissance. The central place in the altar of the Chapel of Our Lady Studzieniczanskiej - Mother of the Church is a wonderful icon Lady of Czestochowa. The walls of the chapel are decorated with votive offerings. In 1920, dump the dam, which can lead to the shrine. The parish church was erected in 1847 near the sanctuary. Its decor is the work of folk artists. It has three altars. Particular attention crucifix above the sanctuary and elk horn chandeliers. Trivia: Vincent Murawski, who became famous as a herbalist and healer, was walking pilgrimage to Rome. In 1782 the Pope Pius VI granted indulgences for Studzieniczna four. A short distance from the shrine's well with water, regarded for centuries by pilgrims for healing. There is a written certificate of healing, especially diseases of the eyes and skin. From this well, took the name of the village and Lake Studzieniczne Studzieniczna. 06/09/1999 The Studzieniczna visited the shrine in the day of his vacation, the Holy Father John Paul II. The event is commemorated by a monument of the Pope, set in a place where he left aboard the vessel. Placed on the memorable words of the Holy Father: "I've been here many times, but as Pope for the first and probably last." Sanctuary in Studzieniczna was the site of many patriotic and religious manifestations from January Uprising to the Martial Law.

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