The Virgen de Soriano is enshrined in an elaborately renovated basilica complex that includes a Museum of Miracles. Two large votive paintings are prominently displayed in the museum, one concerning the resuscitated drowned girl María José and the other concerning a female votary cured of AIDS. In glass cases older retablos are displayed with newer ones commissioned by the basilica on behalf of devotees. In the following selection of photographs the basilica-commissioned retablos, including the first one below, are identifiable by their bright colors. Note in some of the retablos the rays of grace that the Virgin emits to transfer her power to beneficiaries.