Numerous pilgrims frequent the shrines scattered all over Małopolska. The most important places of pilgrimage are Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, Łagiewniki in Krakόw and Wadowice - the home town of Pope John II. Yet it is good to remember that there exist many other famous images of the saints. In Ludźmierz pilgrims pray before image of the Mother of God the Queen of Podhale, called “Gaździna Podhala”. Saint Kinga founder of the local monastery of the Poor Clare Sisters is honoured in Stary Sącz. Pilgrims come to Miechόw to pray at the shrine of the Holy Sepulchre. A picture of Our Lady has been venerated in Tuchόw since the 16th century. In the baroque monastery of the Discalced Carmelites the Shrine of Our Lady of the Scapular is hidden among the woods of Czerna near Krzeszowice. Mogiła is an important centre of the cult of the Holy Cross. Inside the abbey church of the Cistercian fathers a miraculous crucifix from the 14th century is preserved. Here in penance the faithful circle on their knees around the altar. The two shrines in Zakopane of Our Lady Queen of the Tatras on the Wiktorόwki and Our Lady of Fatima on the Krzeptόwki are becoming more popular with pilgrims. The faithful also head for the Shrine of Brother Albert on Katalόwki. In Tarnów: Our Lady of Sorrows sanctuary in the cathedral, Our Lady of Fatima sanctuary and Our Lady of Scapular can be found in Most Venerable Virgin church, one of the most beautiful wooden churches in region.