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Infant of Prague Statue

A statue of the Infant of Prague is displayed in many Irish homes and is essential to an Irish wedding to insure good weather.  It is put outside the church or buried in the garden to make sure it won’t rain on the special day, but it is essential they knock the head off the statue for maximum efficiency.  It is also customary to put coins under the statue to insure the house will never run out of money.

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