What is most surprising about this religious pilgrimage are the night time walks by the devotees to attend mass at dawn. Another typical image of the pilgrimage are the candles, as tall as a person, that lean against the church walls. Some of them burn, waiting to be purchased to be carried in the procession. Silence overcomes the devotees, who walk upright or kneeling, slowly, behind the bearers of the image that is completely covered by money offerings, or by photographs of the grateful. The beautiful and delicate carving of the Virgin stands out. She wears a white cloak with gold embroidery and her black hair with long curls peeks out beneath her veil. Another ritual that you can join in is to drink, sprinkle, or wash yourself at the fountain of holy water at the foot of the majestic staircase with one hundred steps that leads to the church. You can also continue the ritual by following in the footsteps of the pilgrims who wish to ease their fervour by visiting Rozavella, is less than one kilometre away, and the place where the first magic spring is located.