Jasna Gora (Latin Clarus Mons) - a hill in Czestochowa, the monastery of the Pauline Order team. It is one of the most important places of worship of Mary and hundreds of years, the most important center of pilgrimage in Poland. Jasna Gora is the image of Our Lady of Czestochowa.
Special significance for the Poles that took place April 1, 1656, when John II Casimir Vasa made vows in Lvov. March 16, 1657 arrived at the Jasna Gora, and there prayed to save the Republic from the Protestant Swedish army and Hungarian. On this day there has been a successful defense against the forces of Krosno Rakoczy. Lvov was repeated vows August 26, 1956 at Jasna Gora Vows of the Polish Nation, written by Stefan Wyszynski, May 16, 1956