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Hare Krishna in Venice

In the late1960s,  the Hare Krishna movement was hard to ignore: Orange-robed young people roamed city streets and airports, chanting their "Hare Krishna" mantra and cornering passersby with their religious sales pitch.

The organization is less visible today, but it's still around, as you'll see in the video below. Cheryl grabbed the footage from the steps of Venice Santa Lucia Railroad Station and, a few minutes later, from the Ponte dei Scalzi nearby.



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