The Czestochowa's Mother Mary Church

The Czestochowa's Mother Mary Church is located in the Polonezkoy district in the village's center and was built by a small Polish community. In 1845–1846, the first small church, the Temple of Holy Anna, was built instead of the current church by the Saint François Bosniak Monks. Unfortunately, this wooden church was destroyed by a fire in 1869. The Czestochowa Mother Mary Church was built in the same place in 1914 and restored in 1918. Nowadays, it is the symbol of Polonezkoy, which was founded by a Polish emigrant community that failed during the November Uprising of Polish in 1842. Throughout the year, the church hosts a variety of festivals, music recitals, and organizations.