There is an intriguing legend behind this shrine on Main Street near the old historic barrio, a story involving broken hearts ... More
There is an intriguing legend behind this shrine on Main Street near the old historic barrio, a story involving broken hearts and crimes of passion, but you'll have to read the plaque mounted on it to discover the tale. El Tiradito has been part of local folklore for a long time and is now a national historic site. Take a peek and make your own wish.
The shrine is actually a place to make a wish and leave a candle, if you return with the candle still lit, it is said that the wish will come true. I used to volunteer at museum next door called, La Pilita, both places are a place of true barrio culture.
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