Otomis and Chichmecas arrive in San Miguel to dance outside the Parroquia as part of a larger festival giving thanks for the miracles attributes to a 16th century image of Christ.
On Three Kings’ Day pilgrims from San Miguel de Allende will join thousands of other horseback riders at Christo Rey (Christ the King).
Tens of thousands of Mexican young people will make a pilgrimage to the Shrine of Christ the King in a symbolic act to manifest their desire to participate in improving society.
The Feast of Jesus of Nazareth de Atotonilco is celebrated at its namesake church in the small village of Atotonilco where the Revolution from Spain began.
A Barbie-sized image of Mary brought to Mexico by the conquistadors. She represented the Spanish side during the War for Independence.