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Esquipulas

and other Central American countries flock to pay homage to the dark wooden image of the crucified Christ, the most revered Catholic shrine in the region. See Linda Kay Davidson and David Gitlitz ‘’Pilgrimage, from the Ganges to Graceland: an Encyclopedia’’ (Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2002), 173-75. El Santuario de Chimayo, a major Roman Catholic pilgrimage site in Chimayó (Chimayo, New Mexico), New Mexico, USA, is closely linked with Esquipulas. Tierra Santa Esquipulas is famous for its ''Tierra Santa'' (Holy Earth) clay tablets that are purchased by the pilgrims during Church festivals. The clay from the local deposits is cleaned and pressed into small cakes.


Indianapolis

in the bar—a dark wooden collection of comfy couches and a few televisions. Live music all week and a nice wine list! * WikiPedia:Indianapolis Dmoz:Regional North America United States Indiana Localities I Indianapolis commons:Indianapolis, Indiana


Venezuela

you can set by phone (0212-9534040). Please ask the fee by phone before ordering the service. At restaurants, tipping is usually minimal. If a 10% service charge is included then some extra small change can be left on top of the total, or if not included then a tip of only 10% is customary. Handicrafts Hammocks and some dark wooden handicrafts can be found throughout Venezuela, as well as gaudy painted statuettes of big-busted women. Some areas such as Falcón state have a tradition


Mexico

, Pope John Paul II proclaimed it "the spiritual center of Central America." Every year, thousands of pilgrims from Guatemala, the United States, Mexico, Europe and other Central American countries flock to pay homage to the dark wooden image of the crucified Christ, the most revered Catholic shrine in the region. See Linda Kay Davidson and David Gitlitz ‘’Pilgrimage, from the Ganges to Graceland: an Encyclopedia’’ (Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2002), 173-75. right Taxco Records (Image:TaxcoRecordLable.jpg) '''Discos Taxco''' was a mid 20th century record label specializing in Mexican music. The label was mostly marketed in Mexico, but was manufactured in Los Angeles, California, in the United States of America (United States). It was owned by a man called William Castillo. Early exploration George Vancouver explored Puget Sound in 1792. Vancouver claimed it for Great Britain (Kingdom of Great Britain) on 4 June 1792, naming it for one of his officers, Lieutenant Peter Puget (Peter Puget). Alexander Mackenzie (Alexander Mackenzie (explorer)) was the first European to cross North America by land north of Mexico since Cabeza de Vaca (Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca) of the Narváez expedition.,


United States

proclaimed it "the spiritual center of Central America." Every year, thousands of pilgrims from Guatemala, the United States, Mexico, Europe and other Central American countries flock to pay homage to the dark wooden image of the crucified Christ, the most revered Catholic shrine in the region. See Linda Kay Davidson and David Gitlitz ‘’Pilgrimage, from the Ganges to Graceland: an Encyclopedia’’ (Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2002), 173-75. ref>


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