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Chapel of Our Lady of Refuge Wall Clock

Chapel of Our Lady of Refuge Wall Clock

Chapel of Our Lady of Refuge Wall Clock
Chapel of Our Lady of Refuge Wall Clock
Chapel of Our Lady of Refuge Wall Clock
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Available in natural wood, black or white frames, our 10" diameter unique Wall Clocks feature a high-impact plexiglass crystal face and a backside hook for easy hanging. Choose black or white hands to match your wall clock frame and art design choice. Clock sits 1.75" deep and requires 1 AA battery (not included).

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Because of its location people of Antwerp know this place of worship as the Little Shoemakers' Chapel, even though it has nothing to do with this trade. The usage of ‘little' illustrates the sympathy they have for this oasis of prayer. The chapel is bathed in an atmosphere of popular devotion: constantly candles are lit, the altar is always buried by flowers, ex-votos have been placed on the walls. All this because the chapel is devoted to Jesus' mother Mary: officially the chapel of Our Lady's Nativity or of Our Lady of Refuge. It is a refuge for everybody, whatever the need, rank, social class or age may be. Only because till the 1970's quite a few prostitutes of the town centre came here to say their prayers, the nickname ‘Whore's Chapel' also came into use.

Belgium, Antwerpen, Antwerp, Architecture, Streetphotography, Chapel

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