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Since the 1970’s this wooden cross names the square where is located, Plaza La Cruz. The square is the place for social gatherings in El Calvario, Caracas, Venezuela. Mr. Santos, a Colombian carpenter neighbor, crafted the cross. Before leaving Venezuela, Mr. Santos gave the cross as a donation to Mr. Bernardino Cisneros, who is one of the founders of El Calvario, and back then, a community leader.
The cross is made of solid wood. The vertical piece of the cross is 1.30 meters (51.1 inches) and the crossbar is 1.10 meters (43.3 inches). It is protected by a niche made on adobe and painted in white. The floor is made of tiles and the cross has a base decorated with river stones and broken tiles. The niche is part of a neighboring house’s wall.
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