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Church on the Mount Madonna
Czech Republic
Marian shrine Madonna Mountain is located above the town Králíky near the border with Poland, under Glatzer snow. The first mention of the city today pětitisícovém Králíky binds to a year from 1367. Above the town on a mountain with a height of 760 m above sea level, which was previously called "Lysa Hora" Kralicky native Tobias Jan Becker, St. Vitus canon, and later bishop of Hradec Králové, founded monumental pilgrimage center. The establishment of this place, was the fulfillment of a promise, which he composed when he was a small boy. At the time of the Thirty Years' War came to the mountain children of Králík and surroundings, formed a procession, praying and singing Marian songs.
Copyright: Jiří Vodička
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Taken: 27/09/2013
Uploaded: 28/12/2013
Updated: 09/04/2015
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