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    Pueblo romano,...Anónimo

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    • valentina nasser paciocco

      Al estar como cabeza de la Iglesia Juan Pablo II, viajaba mucho y siempre obtenía muchos regalos y obsequios entre el público, entre ellos imágenes religiosas, diciendo que aprobaba la diversidad dentro de un único concepto que es imagen religiosa cristiana. Esta imagen es de Juan pablo II, el cual regaló a los jóvenes para las jornadas mundiales , siendo una copia del icono Salus Populi Romani, un icono de la Virgen maría.

    • j ovoian

      00 Unknown Artist. Salus Populi Romani. contemporary

    • Julia Darrenkamp

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