Peru’s capital prepares to welcome “Lord of the Miracles” procession

Isabel Guerra

The traditional procession of The Lord of the Miracles, that takes place in Lima each October, will start officially on October 3rd, starting from the Convent of Las Nazarenas and ending at the Cathedral of Lima.

This will be the first of the usual 6 days of processions, that will tour through Lima’s downtown streets and churches.

The other dates are; Sunday 4th, Sunday 18th (the main procession), Monday 19th, October 28th and November 1st.

The Lord of the Miracles is a traditional catholic procession in Peru, which started in the 17th Century and still gathers thousands of pilgrims from throughout Peru and the world, who come to pay homage, make a promise, or thank the Lord for his intercession and his favors.

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