An image of a coloured Jesus Christ painted on a wall in Pachacamilla near the city of Lima in 1651 was bound to become the beginning of the most important religious tradition in Peru’s calendar. According to history, an anonymous african slave painted the mural which survived a few earthquakes. After 358 years, the faith to the image evolved into a great feast. Every october, a series of processions are arranged by the Hermandad or Brotherhood of The Lord of the Miracles. People not only from Lima but also from other peruvian cities fill up the streets of downtown to worship the icon. Today, the 18th, devotees give pay homage to the image for the third time in this month.