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September 06, 2010 
A child dressed in purple tries to carry a replica of Peru's most revered Catholic religious icon, "the... 
Lima, Peru 
A child dressed in purple tries to carry a replica of Peru's most revered Catholic religious icon, "the... 
A child dressed in purple tries to carry a replica of Peru's most revered Catholic religious icon, "the Lord of the Miracles", during a procession in Lima September 5, 2010. Every year, 2,500 children of the "Children's Brotherhood of The Lord of Miracles", between 9 and 15 years old, participate in the procession to carry a 300 kg (661 pounds) replica of the religious icon along Lima's main square, before the actual festival in October. The icon's name originated in the 17th century after an earthquake destroyed most of the city, leaving only that mural standing. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION) 
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