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    San Miniato in Florence

    • Donna Robertson

      Sjonnie 2000 Forever sad Just sitting before that grave, forever and ever. It really did something to me. This cemetery is behind the church of San Miniato in Florence. It was for me one of the hidden highlights of Florence.

    • Christine Buckminster Native American Indian Artist

      (Forever sad Since loosing Mikie I have turned to stone, as this statue. Life is dull, numbing, so hard to live in now.) ❤️I LEFT ORIGINAL QUOTe!❤️SO SAD❗️

    • Sallie Berg

      Forever sad Since loosing Mikie I have turned to stone, as this statue. Life is dull, numbing, so hard to live in now.

    • Alli Tripp

      San Miniato - Florence, province if Florence Tuscany stone woman sculpture mourning

    • Beth Inthefamily

      San Miniato in Florescent incredible how they can make stone look sheer!

    • FAITH

      Cemetery of the Church of San Miniato - Florence..jpg

    • Final Fangirl

      Study sculpture in Florence San Miniato in Florence

    • Erica M. Frey

      Visions | Stone Gardens ** San Miniato in Florence

    • Kathy Adams

      Forever sad. Cemetery in Florence Italy.

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