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Bronze Stations of the Cross on temporary display outside Vatican

Catholic World News - March 15, 2011

Life-sized bronze statues depicting the Stations of the cross have been installed along the Via della Conciliazione: the road leading from the Tiber to St. Peter’s Square.

The 49 statues have been produced by the Italian firm Domus Dei. They are on display in Rome temporarily, before being delivered to Coquimbo, Chile, where they will be permanently displayed on a hilltop.

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