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Mexico’s Mecca for Catholics
The Basilica de Guadalupe is the country’s most important religious destination - the site where the miracle of the Virgin of Guadalupe is believed to have appeared to the humble peasant Juan Diego in 1531.
The Basilica de Guadalupe is a massive structure that serves as a symbol for religious fervor in the country. This cathedral is considered to be Mexico’s version of Mecca for the Catholic majority. The church is one of the most popular shrine where people come crawling on their knees as a sign of humility.
Many people believe that the Basilica de Guadalupe, which is the home of the patron saint of the country, can do miracles. This place is the perfect place to show your devotion to the Virgin Mary and is also an exquisite piece of architecture.