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San Antonio shrine

One of many San Antonio (Sant'Antonio da Padova) shrines in Venice, this one guards a bridge in Cannaregio, the Ponte dei Ormesini. I love the little tablecloth the icon is standing on.



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Annie, you have such a great eye for finding these tiny shrines!

A very neat shrine, Annie. I too like that cloth.

Another darling shrine of St. Anthony! I wonder why there’s a water bottle to the left of the saint.

Maria, I wondered about that bottle too. It might be a vase for flowers?

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