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Palau JASNA GORA MONASTERY series GOLDEN ROSES Silver coin $2 Gold plated Proof 2012


Product Code: NU-S-PGR-12-01
Name of series
Metal Silver
Mintage 1000
Fineness (% purity) 92.5
Content (Troy OZ) 1/2
Denomination (NZD) $2
Weight (g) 15.55
Diameter (mm) 38.61
Year of Issue 2012
Country Palau
Quality Proof
Exterior Decoration Partly gold plated
Package Box with a color theme cover
Certificate of Authenticity Certificate with a serial number

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✔ Gold plated
✔ Well thought of design
✔ JPII religious theme
✔ Attractive pricing 1/2oz silver

The Golden Rose is a gold ornament, which popes of the Catholic Church have traditionally blessed annually. It is occasionally conferred as a token of reverence or affection. Recipients have included churches and sanctuaries, royalty, military figures, and governments.

The Jasna Góra Monastery (Polish: Jasna Góra, English: Luminous Mount, Hungarian: Fényes Hegy, Latin: Clarus Mons) in Cz?stochowa, Poland is the most famous shrine to the Virgin Mary in Poland and the country's greatest place of pilgrimage - for many its spiritual capital. The image of Black Madonna of Cz?stochowa, to which miraculous powers are attributed, is Jasna Góra's most precious treasure.[1] Founded in 1382 by Pauline monks who came from Hungary at the invitation of W?adys?aw, Duke of Opole. The monastery has been a pilgrimage destination for hundreds of years, and it contains the most important icon of the Virgin Mary in this part of Europe. The icon, depicting the Mother of God with the Christ Child, is known as the Black Madonna of Cz?stochowa or Our Lady of Cz?stochowa, which is widely venerated and credited with many miracles.[2] Among these, it is credited with miraculously saving the Jasna Góra monastery during a siege that took place at the time of The Deluge, a 17th century Swedish invasion. Although this event was of little military importance, the event stimulated the Polish resistance. The Poles could not immediately change the course of the war but after an alliance with the Crimean Khanate they repulsed the Swedes. Shortly thereafter, in the cathedral of Lwów, on April 1, 1656, Jan Kazimierz, the King of Poland, solemnly pronounced his vow to consecrate the country to the protection of the Mother of God and proclaimed Her the Patron and Queen of the lands in his kingdom.

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