Ermita de San Sebastian, Hermadad Padre Jesus

Interior de la ermita De San Sebastian en Moguer, Huelva. Sede de la Hermandad de Padre Jesus y Virgen de los dolores. Esta cofradia moguereña fue fundadada en 1671.

Copyright: Antonio Jesus Sanabria Marcos
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10912x5456
Uploaded: 31/03/2013
Updated: 15/10/2014


Tags: padre jesus; virgen de los dolores; capilla; hermandad; moguer; huelva
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