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Our Lady of Miracles Sanctuary
Veneto

The sanctuary was built in 1513. The legend says that few years before the Virgin Mary appeared to a peasant and asked him to build a church.

Inside are some paintings from the school of Canova, and a bas-relief attributed to Sansovino.

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Uploaded: 12/08/2012
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