Turismo religioso

White tunics, white masks, with red sashes and cuffs. Capes for all of the penitents.



Real, Venerable e Ilustre Cofradía de Nuestro Padre Jesús del Perdón y María Santísima de la Aurora.

Starting time

Start: 5.45pm; Start of the official route: 9.00pm; Cathedral doors: 10.05pm; End of official route: 2.20am.


Plaza de San Miguel Bajo, Plaza de Cauchiles, San José Alta, Grifos de San José, Cuesta de San Gregorio, Plaza de San Gregorio, San Juan de los Reyes, Cárcel Alta, Plaza Nueva, Reyes Católicos (lateral izquierdo), Colcha, Pavaneras, Plaza de San Juan de la Cruz, San Matías, Plaza de Mariana Pineda, Ángel Ganivet (Tribuna Oficial), Puerta Real, Mesones, Marqués de Gerona, Plaza de las Pasiegas, Santa Iglesia Catedral, Cárcel Baja, Plaza Diego de Siloé, Pasaje Diego de Siloé, Gran Vía, Almireceros, Joaquín Costa, Reyes Católicos, Plaza Nueva, Cárcel Alta, San Juan de los Reyes, Plaza de San Gregorio, Cuesta de San Gregorio, Grifos de San José, San José Alta, Plaza de Cauchiles, Plaza de San Miguel Bajo

Iglesia de San Miguel Bajo (two floats).

Where to see it:
As it passes through Calle Grifos de San José, because it is very narrow and there is always a crowd.

First float:
Representing the scene of the flagellation of Jesus, tied to a column, next to a Roman centurion and three executioners..

The Christ is by Antonio Barbero 1982, a replica of the original by Siloam Diego (16th century). The rest of them are by Emilio Lopez, Seville (2004).

Second float:
María Santísima de la Aurora.

Anonymous (18th century).

Penitents: 210

Assistant dressers: 220

Interesting details:
The image of the Virgin of Aurora is the most popular in the Albaicín district.


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