We discovered this mini-Parroquia this week, just below the Immigration building on the Calzada a la Estación, while waiting for our visa. It sits on the roof of an adjacent building, complete with incongruous flanking palm trees to add the authentic touch. For those not in the know, the Parroquia is the visual icon of San Miguel, towering above the Jardin (Garden), as the central square is known.
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