Holy Week in Spain

March 24, 2008 at 1:23 pm 1 comment

Spain have an important catholic traditions, and Spain Holy Week traditions are some famous in the world. The most glamorous celebrations are in Seville, Malaga and Cadiz. (until Antonio Banderas has been there, like in another years)

The participants in the Processions, names “nazarenos”, and they dress with a tunic and a “capirote” (hood wiht conical tip). Ironically, is similar to the uniform of Ku Kux Klan. The “nazarenos” carry candles, and some of them, carry a great Virgen or Jesus on theys shoulders.

Holy Week is an all Spain celebration, and Barcelona to. Look at a “Proccesion” in Barcelona:

Entry filed under: Barcelona, Barcelona activities, barcelona culture.

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