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Religious Artifacts

Different kinds and colors of vests and tee shirts on display Saturday in the premises of the Quiapo Church in Manila (above), among the easily sold souvenir items, only three days to the feast of the revered statue of the Black Nazarene devotees claim to be miraculous. At left (below top), an unidentified devotee shows miniature images of the Nazarene sold at a religious store in Tayuman, seven blocks away from Quiapo, while a woman at right prepares statues of patron saints at her makeshift stall beside the Basilica Minor in Quiapo.

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