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Basilica Soluntina Sant'Anna, Santa Flavia
(3.9/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
Basilica Soluntina Sant'Anna is located in Santa Flavia. Add Basilica Soluntina Sant'Anna to your Santa Flavia travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Santa Flavia travel itinerary maker.
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  • I was able to admire the night of the anniversary of St Anne on 26 July in the town of santa flavia in palermo and the basilica was all decked out for the occasion. really atmospheric santa statue brought the procession to the country. All logically related to the size of the place ...
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  • The basilica Soluntina besides being rich in ornaments and frescos of 1700 shows attention to detail, but today 26 July, the feast of Sant'Ann, the patron saint of the village of Santa Flavia, seems to shine more than ever! Characteristic and affected the output of the statue of Saint Anne by the Church after mass, which is accompanied by confetti and doves made flying right next to it. It all takes place right there in front of the main entrance to the beautiful basilica, in a setting surrounded by Fireworks. From here the religious procession led by the village priest through the streets of Tehran. Finally, you'll then a marching band to wait for them to drop off, playing and celebrating together with its Flavesi patron of the country!
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  • worth a visit even if it was built by the poor or the proceeds of gangsterism (said the guide) - perhaps the church should feed the poor rather than taking their money?