Another year that goes by, and another year that the Peruvian faith manifests itself in the streets of Lima. It's a long tradition spanning hundreds of years and breaking many geographic barriers. The Nazarene, the Black Christ, the Lord of Miracles, once again makes its way through vast crowds that accompany him day and nigh. With hopes of receiving a miracle, many flock to the colonial painting of the a Crucified Christ, originally painted by a black slave of one of the of Lima's slums. Said to be the biggest religious procession in the world, the Lord of Miracles brings together over half a million faithfull from all walks of life. Celebrities, Politicians, Clergy, and laymen all unite under the Peruvian sky to the beat of drums, turmpets, and singing maids.