A devotee kisses the image of the Black Nazarene which was transported to the Luneta Grandstand on Monday night. The image will be taken around Manila on Thursday in a procession that is expected to be joined by at least 10 million people.  PHOTO BY RENE H. DILAN
A devotee kisses the image of the Black Nazarene which was transported to the Luneta Grandstand on Monday night. The image will be taken around Manila on Thursday in a procession that is expected to be joined by at least 10 million people.
PHOTO BY RENE H. DILAN

THE Manila City Council has declared January 9, the Feast of the Black Nazarene, a special non-working holiday in the city.

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