How Italian Cities Created Religious Diversity

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While mostly known around the world for its magnificent Catholic urban heritage – from the St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome to the Duomo of Florence, from the depictions of the saints on streets of Naples to statues to the Virgin Mary in Palermo – Italy has become after its unification in 1861 a much more diverse society, hosting today a large non-Catholic population.

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