12 Sights in Częstochowa, Poland (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Częstochowa, Poland. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 12 sights are available in Częstochowa, Poland.

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1. Cerkiew Częstochowskiej Ikony Matki Bożej

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Cerkiew Częstochowskiej Ikony Matki Bożej photo taken by Przykuta, Pleple2000 and Kpjas as a part of Częstochowa 29-04-2012 Photowalk, this project was devised to better document buildings and monuments of historical value in Częstochowa. / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Orthodox Church of the Icon of Our Lady of Częstochowa is an Eastern Orthodox church in Poland honoring the Icon of Our Lady of Częstochowa, considered to be one of the country's national symbols. Construction of the building commenced in 1994 according to a design by Michał Bałasz of Białystok. As of 2009, the church is mostly complete. The bells and windows had been installed, and the facade completed. However, work on the internal decoration of the building still remains largely unfinished. The cornerstone was blessed by the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I.

Wikipedia: Orthodox Church of the Icon of Our Lady of Częstochowa (EN), Url

2. Filharmonia Częstochowska im. Bronisława Hubermana

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Częstochowa Philharmonic Bronisława Huberman is located in Częstochowa, in a building at ul. Wilson 16, erected in 1955–1965 on the foundations of the new synagogue, burned on December 25, 1939. The designer of the building is Józef Tadeusz Gawłowski. The Philharmonic has two concert halls and a rehearsal room. The concert hall houses 825 viewers, the second room - chamber - 156. The main hall was recognized by some experts as the fourth in terms of acoustic properties in Poland. Witold Straszewicz is the author of the acoustics project of both concert halls.

Wikipedia: Filharmonia Częstochowska im. Bronisława Hubermana (PL), Website

3. Teatr im. Adama Mickiewicza

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Teatr im. Adama Mickiewicza Piotr Dłubak / CC BY-SA 4.0

Teatr im. Adam Mickiewicz in Częstochowa, earlier as a theater of various, and then the Municipal Teatr - State Theater located in Częstochowa in the building at ul. Kilińskiego 15, erected in 1928–1931, as an intimate city theater. In the years 1979–1984 it was modernized and expanded. Teatr im. Adam Mickiewicz has the following scenes: a large scene, chamber scene, Histrion and Foyer. The Perepeczka brand.

Wikipedia: Teatr im. Adama Mickiewicza w Częstochowie (PL), Website

4. Kościół pw. Znalezienia Krzyża Świętego i Narodzenia Najświętszej Maryi Panny

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Jasna Góra Basilica – a church, which is the main part of the monastery complex at Jasna Góra in Częstochowa. It is located between the porch and vestibule leading to the chapel of St. Anthony of Padua, and the main courtyard of the monastery. From the north, the chapel of Our Lady of Czestochowa adjoins it. The temple has the honorary title of minor basilica, which it obtained in 1906.

Wikipedia: Bazylika jasnogórska (PL), Url, Url 0

5. Kaplica Matki Boskiej Częstochowskiej

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Kaplica Matki Boskiej Częstochowskiej

Chapel of Our Lady of Częstochowa - a temple located in Jasna Góra, in Częstochowa under the care of the Pauline Fathers. The most important and most frequented Marian sanctuary in Poland. The name comes from the chapel, considered by the Catholic and Orthodox Church as a wonderful, image of Our Lady of Częstochowa.

Wikipedia: Kaplica Matki Boskiej Częstochowskiej na Jasnej Górze (PL), Url, Url 0

6. Katedra pw. Świętej Rodziny

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The Cathedral Basilica of the Holy Family also called Częstochowa Cathedral is a religious building that is affiliated with the Catholic Church and was built in the neo-Gothic style, it is a three-nave church following the Roman or Latin rite and is located on the street Krakowska in the city of Częstochowa in Poland.

Wikipedia: Częstochowa Cathedral (EN)

7. Park 3 Maja

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Park 3 Maja

Podjasnogórskie Parks, sometimes called Jasna Góra parks - two city parks in Częstochowa, in the Poddjasnogórska district - Park Stanisław Staszic and Park 3 Maja. They are located between the Śródmieście district and the monastery in Jasna Góra, which surround from the east.

Wikipedia: Parki podjasnogórskie (PL)

8. Muzeum Produkcji Zapałek

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Muzeum Produkcji Zapałek Autor nie został podany w rozpoznawalny automatycznie sposób / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Museum of Match Production in Częstochowa - a museum in Częstochowa, having exhibitions in two exhibition rooms and in the production plant that has not been working since 2010 - Częstochowa Zakłady Przemysł Przemysły SA, using a technological line from the 1930s.

Wikipedia: Muzeum Produkcji Zapałek w Częstochowie (PL)

9. Ławeczka Marka Perepeczki

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Marek Perepeczka's bench in Częstochowa - monument to the actor Marek Perepeczka, unveiled on October 31, 2014 in Częstochowa. The monument is located at the Avenue of the Blessed Virgin Mary, near the pilgrimage museum, opposite the bench of Halina Poświatowska.

Wikipedia: Ławeczka Marka Perepeczki w Częstochowie (PL), Url

10. Pomnik Poległym w Obronie Ojczyzny

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Monument to the fallen in defense of the homeland in Częstochowa - a monument in Śródmieście Częstochowa, dedicated to soldiers who died in the fight for Poland's independence. It is one of the main architectural elements of the National Remembrance Square.

Wikipedia: Pomnik Poległym w Obronie Ojczyzny w Częstochowie (PL), Url

11. Kościół świętej Barbary

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Church of St. Barbara and St. Andrew the Apostle in Częstochowa, better known as Church of St. Barbara – a historic, Roman Catholic parish church, located at the intersection of St. Barbara and St. Augustine streets, about 600 m south of Jasna Góra.

Wikipedia: Kościół św. Barbary w Częstochowie (PL)

12. Ławeczka Haliny Poświatowskiej

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Halina Poświatowska's bench in Częstochowa - a monument to the poet of Halina Poświatowska, unveiled on October 11, 2007 in Częstochowa at the Avenue of the Virgin Mary, near the Pilgrimage Museum and street, General Jan Henryka Dąbrowski.

Wikipedia: Ławeczka Haliny Poświatowskiej w Częstochowie (PL), Url


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