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 Known as “Our Lady of the Hermits,” this statue is found at Einsiedeln Cathedral in Switzerland. This statue is thought to have been carved about 1450, replacing a much older, seated Madonna. In 1798, the statue was secreted through Switzerland and Austria to protect it from the invading French army. From the early seventeenth century, the Black Madonna at Einsiedeln was dressed up in different colored robes to reflect the changing liturgical calendar. 


Statue is made from resin, handpainted, and measures 8 1/2" tall

Black Madonna of Einsiedeln Statue

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