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Lago Trasimeno, Isola Maggiore, Monument of San Francesco
Italy

According to a legend, St. Francis has spent 40 days at this location in prayer and fasting. The place is marked by an monument of St. Francis.

Copyright: Carsten T. Rees
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11532x5766
Caricate: 05/09/2011
Aggiornato: 16/10/2014
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Tags: lago trasimeno; isola maggiore; san francesco; st. francis; monument
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