Pope Francisco was portrayed in a street near the Vatican

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Italy, January 28, 2014

Near the Vatican, the fanaticism for the Pope isn’t hidden. Francisco was portrayed with his usual robe flying with an outstretched right arm and a clenched fist, in the classic Superman pose.

After being top cover of the Times and Rolling Stone magazines, he was also portrayed in the neighborhood Borgo Pio, in Rome. In his left hand, he carries his famous black portfolio with the word “values” written in Spanish.

The portfolio shows a garment, which appears to be a cloth of his beloved club San Lorenzo de Almagro.

The mural was posted on Twitter by the “Vatican Comunication”, an account of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications. The caption read: “we show a graffiti we found in Rome in the streets near the Vatican.”

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