“Once a Year Go Someplace
You've Never Been Before” - Dalai Lama

Talpa, Jalisco, Mexico
Talpa, Mexico
Talpa's main attraction is the church called, Our Lady of Talpa built in the late 1700's

Talpa, Mexico
Basilica of Talpa de Allende

Talpa, Mexico


Talpa, Mexico


Talpa, Mexico
Talpa's La Chaparrita, The Little Short One, aka Our Lady of the Rosary

Talpa, Mexico
The pilgrimage to Talpa starts in Ameca, ascends to el Cerro del Obispo at an altitude of 2000 meters above sea level and crosses the peak of Espinazo del Diablo

Talpa, Mexico
The Señora del Rosario is a 21 inch wooden figure which has become as popular as the Virgin of Guadalupe

Talpa, Mexico
Approximately two million people from all over Mexico walk to the town of Talpa to meet the Virgin of Talpa

Talpa, Mexico
Pilgrims at el Cerro del Obispo
The Sierra Madre Mountains
Mascota, Mexico


Mascota, Mexico


Mascota, Mexico


Mascota, Mexico


Mascota, Mexico


Mascota, Mexico


Mascota, Mexico


Talpa, Mexico


Talpa, Mexico
Every year since the 17th century a pilgrimage to Talpa takes place through the Sierra Madres

Talpa, Mexico
The pilgrimage to Talpa starts in Ameca, ascends to el Cerro del Obispo at an altitude of 2000 meters above sea level and crosses the peak of Espinazo del Diablo

Talpa, Mexico
Approximately two million people from all over Mexico travel to Talpa by foot, bike, car and bus

Talpa, Mexico

 
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