Capilla de la Paz

Capilla de la Paz

Las Brisas
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The 42 meter (138 ft.) cross of the Chapel of Peace high in the hills above Acapulco is a familiar symbol in the city. The chapel, opened in 1971, is a memorial to the two sons of the founder of the famed Las Brisas resort who were killed in a plane crash. The non-denominational chapel and its gardens are popular for weddings and watching the sun set. Notable is a bronze sculpture of clasped hands - The Hands of Brotherhood - by Claudio Favier at the foot of the cross. The brothers and their parents are buried on the site.

Capilla Ecuménica de La Paz, Vientos Cardinales, Las Brisas, Acapulco, Mexico

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