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Shrine with vases

San Polo 1312

A beautiful shrine in San Polo, this one is unique with the vases on each side and the trailing vine surrounding it. Someone is taking very good care of this shrine - it's lovely.

IHS is carved on the top; thanks to google, I learned that this is a monogram of the name of Christ.

San Polo 1312

San Polo 1312

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Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Annie, what a beautiful shrine. I love the two vases on the side with the vine overlapping over the shine. Very beautiful. I didn't know about IHS. The link explaining it was interesting read.

Your photos are wonderful. thanks so much for sharing. Have a wonderful week.

Thanks Kathy. I just love the shape of those vases. And the blue behind the Madonna. You have a wonderful week too!

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