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1. Celebrated on December 7, the patron saint of Milan was bishop of that city in the 4th century AD
2. The patron saint of Turin, Genoa and Florence, this saint - whose feast is celebrated on June 24 - is also known as the Forerunner
3. Though he was born in Portugal, this saint, celebrated on June 13, is identified with the Italian city where he died
4. The patron saint of the Sicilian city of Syracuse, this virgin and martyr - whose feast is on December 13 - is associated with light and sight
5. Celebrated on September 19, this saint - the patron saint of Naples - is known for the miracle of the liquefaction of his blood
6. Though some doubt this saint (celebrated on April 23) ever existed, he is the patron saint of the cities of Ferrara, Ragusa, Campobasso and Reggio Calabria, as well as a number of European nations
7. In the city of Ravenna, two stunning Early Medieval churches are dedicated to the city's patron saint and former bishop, celebrated on July 23
8. This 4th-century martyr, celebrated on November 4, was drowned in the sea off the city of Trieste, whose patron saint he later became
9. Celebrated on February 5, this martyr is the patron saint of Catania and the whole of Sicily, invoked against earthquakes and eruptions
10. The patron saint of Bari, this Greek bishop - celebrated on December 6 - is known to many as a beloved folk figure
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