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Santuario Virgen Ntra Sra de Regla Chipiona
Spain

En España la imagen de la Virgen de Regla se encuentra en la villa de Chipiona, en la comunidad autónoma de Andalucía. Se trata de una escultura de unos 62 cm de alto, realizada en madera, de estilo románico, que sigue la iconografía mariana de las vírgenes negras. La leyenda dice que San Agustín de Hipona, (vivió en África entre los años 360 y 436) había tenido una revelación de un ángel, quien le mandó tallar una imagen de la Virgen. La imagen fue llevada a España por su discípulo Cipriano que desembarcó en Chipiona, donde se venera una imagen de la Virgen de Regla, después de sortear una feroz tormenta en el estrecho de Gibraltar. Por este suceso, y con el tiempo, se hizo patrona de los hombres de la mar. En su haber se han realizado abundantes hechos prodigiosos, curaciones y milagros.

Copyright: Carlos Ortega
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Uploaded: 18/05/2014
Updated: 06/06/2014
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