The Silesian Voivodeship, in south-central Poland, is one of the richest areas of the country and the most densely-populated, fitting nearly five million people in an area roughly 80% of the size of the U.S. state of Connecticut. The capital of Silesia (Slask in Polish) is Katowice, one of the most industrialized cities in the country, and definitely one of the wealthiest. Other important cities in the region include Bielsko-Biala, known for its exquisite examples of Art Nouveau architecture and its ski slopes in the Silesian Beskids; and Czestochowa, a popular Catholic pilgrimage site best-known for the Pauline monastery of Jasna Gora and the Black Madonna painting, believed to have been painted by St. Luke, that is housed there.
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