Antiguo Cuscatlán, La Libertad, El Salvador — Central America (West Coast)
Ceiba de Guadalupe Church
Iglesia Ceiba de Guadalupe
(Palabras de la siempre Virgen Santa María de Guadalupe a San Juan Diego en su cuarta aparición en el Cerrito de Tepeyac).
Este monumento se erigió para conmemorar los 50 años de la construcción de esta basílica.
"Listen and understand, my smallest son, that nothing should scare you or bother you, don't let your heart be bothered, don't be scared of sickness, or any other illness or problem. Am I not your mother and here? Aren't you in my shade? Am I not your health? Aren't you right here with my on my lap? What else do you need? Don't worry or be bothered by anything..."
(Words of the Holy Virgin Mary of Guadalupe to Juan Diego in her fourth apparition on Tepeyac hill near Mexico City.)
This monument was erected to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the construction of this basilica.
Location. Touch for map. The marker can be seen behind the church in the parking lot.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Plaza Brasilia (about 150 meters away, measured in a direct line in San Salvador); General Manuel José Arce (about 150 meters away in San Salvador); General José María Cañas Highway (approx. 0.3 kilometers away); Mural of the Martyrs of the UCA (approx. half a kilometer away in San Salvador); Francisco Andrés Escobar Building (approx. half a kilometer away in San Salvador); Construction of the North-South Highway and the Central American University (approx. half a kilometer away in San Salvador); Massacre at the Central American University (UCA) (approx. 0.7 kilometers away in San Salvador); General Omar Torrijos Herrera (approx. 0.8 kilometers away in San Salvador).
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