- n. Any of several places in Iberia and the Americas, chiefly an island off Baja California.
- From Spanish Guadalupe; see there for more. (Wiktionary)
“Friends own a house in Guadalupe which is very quiet.”
“The original story of the Virgin of Guadalupe is told in detail in the Nican Mopohua ( "Here it is told"), a section of a larger work known as "The Great Event," a Nahuatl document published in 1649 by Luis de la Vega.”
“This gate is the entrance to the cathedral in Guadalupe, which dates back to the early 1700s.”
This gate is the entrance to the cathedral in Guadalupe, which dates back to the early 1700s. Almost a suburb of the capital of Zacatecas, the town possesses a wealth of ecclesiastical art. © Jane Ammeson, 2009
“The Virgin of Guadalupe is especially known for helping overcome drug addictions and alcoholism (I used to live about a Km. from the Basilica and was always surprised at how many village drunks were dragged along on the annual pilgrimage), so there are a lot of retablos featuring before and afters of falling down drunks (or guys with a needle in their arm before, and healthy, happy and holy afterwords).”
“A beloved manifestation of the Christian faith, Our Lady of Guadalupe is a champion of the oppressed everywhere.”
“In fact, the Lady of Guadalupe is generally depicted as a Mestiza.”
“I have not been the same, there is a simplicity and slower way of life in Guadalupe that I like.”
“But the real prize of Guadalupe is just across the street in a complex of historic buildings housing the magnificent Church of the Virgin of Guadalupe with its three chapels and a convent, home to Franciscan monks.”
“A painting of Our Lady Of Guadalupe is encased in an 18 karat gold frame and flanked by gleaming white pillars and side panels of gold and pink.”
“Between the sprawl of homes and shops that connect Zacatecas to Guadalupe is the Centro Platero de Zacatecas, a modern collection of buildings which house silver workshop.”
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