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The charming location and the magnitude of the monastery were conducive to the large number of guests, who came for religious reasons as well as for entertainment, and generally to observe the monastic life, the form of which was quite mysterious. Had it not been for the decisions of the founder of the hermitage at the Silver Mountain, Grand Crown Marshal Mikołaj Wolski, the Camaldolese he brought from Italy back in 1604 would have had greater opportunities for realizing their monastic ideals.doi:10.15633/fhc.1358 doaj:76f8966816a24e5db31a0f5cee0ce5a4 fatcat:g6inzuro2vfrbjtom6tpxpt47a