Turismo religioso

Green robes and green masks. White capes with golden ribbons to tie their robes.

Purple in the section of the image of Christ and white under the canopy.


Real Hermandad y Cofradía de Nazarenos de Nuestro Padre Jesús del Gran Poder y Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza

Starting time

Start: 6.35pm; Cruz en Ángel Ganivet (official stage, official start of procession): 8.15pm; Start from stage: 8.50pm; Cruz en Plaza de las Pasiegas (Puerta Catedral): 9.10pm; Start from Plaza de las Pasiegas: 9.40pm; Start from Santa Iglesia Catedral (official end of the procession): 10.25 pm; Return to the Templo de la Cruz Guía: 10.55 pm; Paso Virgen: 11.50am.


Plaza de Santa Ana, Plaza Nueva, Reyes Católicos (lateral derecho), Plaza de Colón (19.00 horas), Plaza Poeta Luis Rosales, Placeta de las Descalzas, Plaza de San Juan de la Cruz (19.25 horas),San Matías, (19.45 horas) Plaza de Mariana Pineda, Ángel Ganivet (Tribuna Oficial), Puerta Real de España, Recogidas, Alhóndiga, Jáudenes, Marqués de Gerona, Plaza de las Pasiegas, Santa Iglesia Catedral, Cárcel Baja, San Jerónimo, Baratillos, (21.30 horas), Plaza de Radio Granada, Álvaro de Bazán, Gran Vía, Alvaro de Bazán, Elvira (21.55 horas), Plaza Nueva, Plaza de Santa Ana (22.50 horas), a su Templo.

Iglesia Parroquial de San Gil y Santa Ana (two floats).

Where to see it:
The departure from the church, when it passes through the Plaza Nueva and its arrival through the Calle Elvira on the way back.

Representing Jesus carrying the cross on his way to Calvary.

Manuel Ramos Corona (1996).

Second float:
Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza.

José Risueño (1718).

Penitents: 120

Assistant dressers: 80

Interesting details:
The insignias and standards forming the cortege are of great value and unique for the Holy Week celebrations. The float with its canopy carrying an image of the Virgen de la Esperanza is also one of the most richly adorned floats. The image of the Virgin is one of the most valuable figures taking part in the celebrations.


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