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Virgen de la Macarena 3D model

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Maya 2008 & UP Maya Software
3ds Max 2010 & UP Default Scanline
FBX FBX200611
Other .JPG

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:1236366
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Yes, non-overlapping
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3D HD Model of Virgen de la Macarena

Files in Winrar Archives.
Native format is Autodesk Maya 2008
Located in Scene XYZ=0,0,0


.obj / Located in Scene in XYZ=0,0,0
.fbx 2006 / Located in Scene in XYZ=0,0,0
.mb Maya 2008 and up / Located in Scene in XYZ=0,0,0
.max 3ds max 2010 / Located in Scene in XYZ=0,0,0


X3 - 8192x8192 / .jpg

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Low Poly model incluide with textures
(.mb .obj .fbx .Max)


Virgen de la Macarena

The Virgin of Hope of Macarena (Spanish: Virgen de la Esperanza de Macarena de Sevilla), popularly known as the Virgin of Macarena or simply La Macarena, is a pious 17th century Roman Catholic wooden image of the Blessed Virgin Mary venerated in Seville, Spain. The Marian title falls under a category of Our Lady of Sorrows commemorating the desolate grievance and piety of the Virgin Mary during Holy Week. The image is widely considered as a national treasure by the Spanish people, primarily because of its religious grandeur during Lenten celebrations.

The image is also known for local folklore, most notably its discolored cheek allegedly caused by a wine bottle thrown by a Protestant drunken rebel at her face which pious legends also claim it never been able to remove. Its popularity among the masses is often highlighted in the five Rose-Emerald brooches attached to her dress given by the famed bullfighter Jos Gmez Ortega, also known as Joselito and El Gallo, and the historical fact that the image has only worn an entire black vestment ensemble on a singular point in Spanish history; during el Gallo's death and funeral.

The feast of the image is celebrated in Spain on 18 December and was granted a canonical coronation on 31 May 1964 by Pope John XXIII via Cardinal Jos Bueno y Monreal. The Virgin of Macarena is commonly considered the patroness of bullfighters and Spanish Gypsies who hold a sincere devotion to the image. It is currently enshrined in the high altar of the Basilica of Macarena.
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