St. Michael the Archangel’s Stroll

By Jesús Aguado

The fiesta to honor St. Michael the Archangel ends with the stroll through the main streets of the Historic Center.

Traditionalist Alejandro Luna has told Atención that this event originated in the 18th century and, after 150 to 200 years of dormancy, it was resurrected by his father, Felix Luna, and other sanmiguelenses in 1985. The “stroll” consists of taking the image of St. Michael out of the Parroquia and carrying the saint through the other main churches in the city. This stroll, which is held eight days after the saint’s feast day, officially ends the celebrations for St. Michael. See Qué Pasa to find the route.


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