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Jesús del Caracol
Mexico

Una de las esculturas que más historia tiene es la Jesús del Caracol de la artista María Eugenia Sánchez Cuevas, inicialmente fue hundida en 1995 cerca de la pequeña ensenada de Balandra en el Mar de Cortés para deleite de las personas que practican el buceo deportivo, fue retirada hace poco tiempo para engalanar el malecón, la escultura de tres metros de altura tiene una copia que fue también fue hundida en el mar frente a La Isla de Cocos en Costa Rica en 1997. Redacción M Gómez. Fotografía Grupo Esparza Editores www.EspEdiTour.com

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