Shrines of the Virgin Mary
- Swieta Lipka is a small village in Masuria Lakes, with the most magnificent Baroque architecture Sanctuary in north-eastern Europe, famous from the cult of the wooden figure of the Madonna.
- Piekary Slaskie Shrine of Our Lady of Charity and Social Justice is considered as a spiritual capital of Upper Silesia, the place of Marian cult and the destination of pilgrimages since 17th century.
- Wambierzyce called the Lower Silesian Jerusalem with the wooden figure of the Mother of God with a Child is located 100 km from Wroclaw. Surrounded by precious Calvaries it shows events from the life of Christ and Mary.
- Krzeptowki in Zakopane is famous for the Figure of Our Mother Fatima – a gift from Cardinal Wyszynski; earlier received from the bishop of Fatima. The great church was built as a votive offering of saving Pope John Paul II in May 1981.
- Bardo located 70 km from Wroclaw is famous for its Baroque Basilica of the Visitation of the Virgin Mary with the oldest preserved Romanesque wooden statue in Lower Silesia – the Madonna with Child.
- Sanctuary of Ludzmierz, located 20 km from Zakopane is famous for the icon of the Virgin, the Queen of Podhale – the best known in the south part of Poland and strongly identified with Highlanders’ people living in Tatra Mountains.
- Gietrzwald located in Masuria Lakes with the Shrine of Virgin Mary and the Stations of the Crosses is real jewel, known as the Polish Lourdes. The Holy Mother appeared here in the period when Poland did not exist as a country and cheered the Polish people very much.
- Lichen located 120 km from Poznan, is the home of the second most famous shrine after Czestochowa. The Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lichen hosts Our Lady of Sorrows, Queen of Poland. It was built as a thanksgiving and propitiation votive offering for the 2000th anniversary of the birth of Jesus Christ.