Pilgrimage in honor of the Virgin of Guadalupe or Virgin Mary, also called the Patroness of Mexico. According to popular traditions, on Tuesday December 12, 1531, the Virgin appeared to the indigenous Juan Diego and that is how since then this date has been celebrated with a popular celebration throughout the Mexican territory. Here in Hermosillo believers, faithful and devoted to the mother of Jesus Christ pay tribute and offerings as candles and flowers to the image of the Virgin reflected in a painting on the skirt of Cerro de la Campana located on the outskirts of Hermosillo, Sonora, Mex.

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Pilgrimage in honor of the Virgin of Guadalupe or Virgin Mary, also called the Patroness of Mexico. According to popular traditions, on Tuesday December 12, 1531, the Virgin appeared to the indigenous Juan Diego and that is how since then this date has been celebrated with a popular celebration throughout the Mexican territory. Here in Hermosillo believers, faithful and devoted to the mother of Jesus Christ pay tribute and offerings as candles and flowers to the image of the Virgin reflected in a painting on the skirt of Cerro de la Campana located on the outskirts of Hermosillo, Sonora, Mex.
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Pilgrimage in honor of the Virgin of Guadalupe or Virgin Mary, also called the Patroness of Mexico. According to popular traditions, on Tuesday December 12, 1531, the Virgin appeared to the indigenous Juan Diego and that is how since then this date has been celebrated with a popular celebration throughout the Mexican territory. Here in Hermosillo believers, faithful and devoted to the mother of Jesus Christ pay tribute and offerings as candles and flowers to the image of the Virgin reflected in a painting on the skirt of Cerro de la Campana located on the outskirts of Hermosillo, the capitla of the State of Sonora in the north of Mexico.
Location: Hermosillo, Mexico

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