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The village people of Atotonilco begin preparations of their Señor in the late evening. It is a sweet and intimate experience. They remove him from his glass case, as well as the statues of Maria of the Sorrows and Saint John from the altar: the three statues are attached to palanquins.

In the background, four local men sing a capella as the villagers enter to give their respects.
The village people of Atotonilco begin preparations of their Señor in the late evening. It is a sweet and intimate experience. They remove him from his glass case, as well as the statues of Maria of the Sorrows and Saint John from the altar: the three statues are attached to palanquins. In the background, four local men sing a capella as the villagers enter to give their respects. Source article: Tears from the Crown of Thorns: The Easter Passion Play in San Miguel de Allende
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