Sunday, March 06, 2011

The Headless Jesús

It seems that a lightening strike decapitated the Vera Sacred Heart yesterday. The ten metre high statue was erected in 1949 on the Cerro de Espiritú Santo, the hill which overlooks the city and which was also the centre of a previous Vera, destroyed in an earthquake in 1518.
The mayor has promised to return the statue to its former glory as soon as possible.

1 comment: said...

Woah! What are the odds on something like that happening?