Santuario Madonna della Salute Monteortone, Abano Terme
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  • a delicious Church where you are surrounded by serenity and tranquuillita ssente and so be able to pray with utmost concentration. I was also at the masses of Easter and Christmas. Next there is the source of water blessed health, with the little shop that sells small bottles empty, santini, souvenirs, and other sacred objects. You can see and you are attracted by the san marco monastery of the Salesians of monteortone with a cloister where a succession of interesting exhibits and a bar where all16 takes a cappuccino with a foam outrageously high. even here there are spirits of the friars.
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  • Before entering the sanctuary you can visit the cave of the miraculous warm water to Fagan, who according to legend in 1428 withdrew in prayer in this place and saw the Madonna, who promised him the healing of old wounds in the legs if it got wet with water from a nearby source. Today the shrine is an imposing building with three naves, a Latin cross, with a façade in which stands a large Baroque façade in white stone. On the back, left, stands up and elegant Gothic bell tower featuring a cusp. The adjacent former Augustinian monastery also boasts an extensive original 16th-century cloister with a well-head.
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  • Very interesting history of the painting of the Madonna and the miraculous fountain ... a prayer in the silence of Monteortone
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