Kalwaria Zebrzydowska is found to the south-west of Cracow. It is the second most famous Marian shrine in Poland after Częstochowa, annually visited by almost one million pilgrims and tourists. The Calvary Hill, now included on UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List, was arranged here 400 years ago as a replica of the hill in Jerusalem. The Via Dolorosa leads through 42 chapels. Processions are held during the Holy Week and on the Assumption Day (15th August).