Famous La Rogativa public sculpture in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. It means "The Procession" and commemorates a religious procession in 1797 that famously deterred a British attack. According to the story, Sir Ralph Abercrombie saw the procession, mistook it for a troop of Spanish reinforcements and cancelled the planned attack on the city. Black and white. More Puerto Rico images can be found in my galleries.
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