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Holy smokes! That is one beautiful church!! I would love...

Venice, Veneto, Italy
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This Roman Catholic Church is one of the most picturesque buildings in the city. Like some of the other churches in the city, it was built as a sign of gratitude (this one dedicated to Mary) for the end of the plague outbreak in the 1600s. You may remember I spoke about the Church of the Most Holy Redeemer or Il Redentore in a previous post, which had a very similar origin. And just like Il Redentore, there is a celebration with a big mass (this one during the 3rd week of November) which celebrations the end of the plague in Venice.
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