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Campo de la Tana

Campo de la Tana

A weather-beaten but beautiful shrine in Castello, close to the Arsenale. It's hard to see but the stone relief inside shows San Antonio with the baby Jesus.

San Antonio

Love the colors of the wall surrounding this shrine.

San Antonio shrine

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Another beautiful shrine - I love it!

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Annie, I love it too and I also agree with you about all the colors on the walls around the shrine. And what a beautiful bouquet of flowers.

I'm afraid I didn't get to explore Arsenale during my trip so it's fun to see your photos. Thanks so much for sharing.


If only walls could talk to us....this one looks as if it would have some interesting tales to tell of the lives lived around it!


Hi Annie,
I'm having a great time on your blog. The pictures are wonderful! I'll be making my first trip to Venice in November...your blog is making me very excited!!!
Thank you :)

Thanks for your comments everyone.

Lisa, how exciting! November will be a good time to go (not too crowded). I hope you love Venice as much as I do.

I'm enjoying reading your blog and seeing the pictures posted. Terrific work!

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