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The range of Pope Francis souvenirs includes the pop-up pope, the Lego pope, commemorative medals and dolls to celebrate his seven day visit to Cuba, Washington, New York and Philadelphia.

A picture of Pope Francis is viewed on a commorative coin booth at St. Patrick's Cathedral.Spencer Platt/Getty Images

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A cardboard cutout of Pope Francis is taken to the streets of Philadelphia to promote Catholicism in a spirit of fun.Mark Makela/Reuters

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Rev. Bob Simon spent 10 months using half-a-million Legos to model the pope figure at St. Peter’s basilica at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia.Matt Rourke/The Associated Press

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A huge portrait of Pope Francis is seen painted on a building in New York.Jewel Samad/AFP / Getty Images

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Bobble head figures of Pope Francis are displayed at the Catholic Information Center (CIC) in Washington.Pablo Martinez Monsivais/The Associated Press

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Busts of the pope are placed on the pope’s table at Bucca di Beppo Restaurant in New YorkCasi Sandeman photo

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Hugh Morgan, from Las Vegas, shows his Japanese inspired Virgin Mary tattoo, near a pop-up pope event in Philadelphia.Mark Makela/Reuters

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A musician has a welcome Pope Francis sticker on his guitar in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba.Joe Raedle/Getty Images

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A woman takes photos of papal plush dolls on sale to promote the Pope Francis' visit to New York in Midtown Manhattan.John Taggart/Reuters

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Souvenirs with the image of Pope Francis are for sale at the gift shop at The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DCMandel Ngan/AFP / Getty Images

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