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Ermita Virgen del Pasico. Interior
Spain

ERMITA VIRGEN DEL PASICO


La ermita del Pasico se encuentra ubicada a un kilómetro y medio de Torre Pacheco, junto a la carretera de Roldán. Se trata de una construcción rústica en cuyo interior se encuentra una piedra de alabastro francés situada en el tronco de un almendro en la que está grabada una imagen de La Piedad, conocida entre los pachequeros como Virgen del Pasico. Esta virgen goza de gran devoción entre los habitantes de la zona quiénes tienen por costumbre ofrecerle claveles.

La influencia de la Virgen ha traspasado los límites municipales ya que la ermita recibe con relativa frecuencia visitas de personas procedentes de otros lugares de la región y de fuera de ella. Se han atribuido numerosas acciones milagrosas a la mediación de la Virgen. Algunos devotos le han dedicado placas de agradecimiento por la ayuda prestada.

El día grande de la Virgen del Pasico es el Lunes de Pascua. Esta fecha es festiva en el municipio y cientos de pachequeros aprovechan la ocasión para acudir al paraje de El Pasico para pasar el día en familia.

Información elaborada por Juan Antonio Garre Clemente y publicada en http://www.regmurcia.com/servlet/s.Sl?sit=a,95,c,373&r=ReP-15196-DETALLE_REPORTAJESPADRE

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Copyright: Fernando Cifuentes Duque
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Resolution: 8060x4030
Uploaded: 23/01/2014
Updated: 16/07/2014
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Tags: ermita; virgen; pasico; torre; pacheco; murcia
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