In the 1970s, a parishioner of San Felipe de Neri, Alburquerque's 300-year-old Catholic parish located in Old Town Alburquerque, carved the Virgin de Guadalupe into a cottonwood tree located behind the church. Considered one of the hidden treasures of Old Town, what remains of the tree has been moved to the rectory courtyard on the corner of Plaza and San Felipe.
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October 12th, 2021
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