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May 20, 2011

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Susan Van Allen

Beautiful photos--Grazie for sharing! I just love the cloisters of Santa Chiara--and what a lovely oasis this is in the neighborhood!

Paula

Great pix! Especially the first one - really dramatic. And I enjoyed all the info and the story of the "liquefaction of blood" - very European-Catholic devotional superstition (don't tell your nonna I called it that). You really do show Naples as a beautiful place, but I admit I'll never be able to think of it in the same way since I read Gomorrah.

Cheryl S.

Goodness, how Gorgeous!!!

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