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CALLE DE LA MANDOLA

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The name derives from the aqua vitae made with almonds (mandorle) once sold in a nearby tavern. 

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Along the street, we discover coats of arms and paterae made of Istrian stone:

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and a characteristic well head

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At the start of the street, we notice the Santo Stefano bell tower, which leans at just as precarious an angle as the Tower of Pisa:

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