Basílica em Iguape, SP
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Basílica em Iguape, SP

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Templo católico construído em pedra, argamassa e óleo de baleia, por escravos, entre os séculos XVIII e XIX. Em seu acervo encontram-se imagens de santos, entre elas, a de Nossa Senhora das Neves (Padroeira) e do Senhor Bom Jesus de Iguape, imagem encontrada na Praia do Una (Juréia), em 1647. A Basílica guarda, também, a Sala dos Milagres, com objetos deixados pelos devotos por graças recebidas. A festa em louvor aos padroeiros é comemorada nos dias 5 e 6 de agosto.

Foto: Emilio Campi
www.360total.com.br

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Text by Steve Smith.

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