Lord of Miracles 2

Because Lima hosts the Procession of the Lord of Miracles, a Catholic feast with over 350 years of existence. But, what is the Lord of Miracles?  How its devotion was born? Why is it so famous? And why everything turns purple? History Around the year 1650, some black slaves from Angola, who lived in the neighborhood of Pachacamilla, in Lima, painted in one of the walls of their home, an image of a crucified Christ. On November, 1655 a large earthquake struck the city of Lima, causing destruction…