Religious icons being worn around man's neck : Stock Photo
Pilgrimes attend the annual celebrations of the patron saint of Managua, Santo Domingo. The event takes place through out the 2nd Sunday of August traveling 10Kms from one church to another both by the name of Santo Domingo.


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Religious icons being worn around man's neck

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Christopher Pillitz
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Pilgrimes attend the annual celebrations of the patron saint of Managua, Santo Domingo. The event takes place through out the 2nd Sunday of August traveling 10Kms from one church to another both by the name of Santo Domingo.
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