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One of the most picturesque Renaissance streets of the city, Via dei Coronari owes its name to the sellers of rosary beads (“corone” in Italian), holy miniatures and other sacred objects who had their shops along the road. The street is flanked by buildings mostly erected in the 15th and the 16th century and is home to an extraordinary array of monuments, including a beautiful marble wayside shrine erected around 1523 on a corner of Palazzo Serra.

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