Turismo religioso

Tunic
White tunics with blue velvet masks with the insignia on the chest. Blue ribbon to tie their robes (cíngulo) and white capes.

Candles
White candles.

Huerto de los Olivos

Cofradía de la Oración de Nuestro Señor en el Huerto de los Olivos y María Santísima de la Amargura.

Starting time

Start: 6.30pm; Cruz en Ángel Ganivet (official stage, official start of the procession): 9.05pm; Start from official stage: 9.40pm; Cruz en Plaza de las Pasiegas (Puerta Catedral), 9.45pm; Start from Plaza de las Pasiegas: 10.30pm; Cruz en Puerta del Perdón: 10.20pm; Start from Santa Iglesia Catedral (end of the official procession): 10.45pm; Return to the Templo de la Cruz Guía, 12.20am; Paso Cristo: 12.40am; Paso Virgen: 1am.

Itinerario

Patio de la Iglesia de las Comendadoras de Santiago, Santiago, Jarrería,  Molinos, Plaza del Realejo, Plaza de Fortuny, Santa Escolástica, Plaza Girones, Varela,  Cuesta del Progreso, Plaza de Mariana Pineda,   Ángel Ganivet (Tribuna Oficial),  Puerta Real de España, , Alhóndiga, Jáudenes, Marqués de Gerona, Plaza de las Pasiegas, Santa Iglesia Catedral, Cárcel Baja, Placeta Diego de Siloé, Pasaje Diego de Siloé (22.30 horas) Gran Vía de Colón, Plaza Isabel la Católica, Pavaneras (23.00 horas), Santa Escolástica,  Plaza de Fortuny, (23.30 horas), Plaza del Realejo, Santiago, (00.00 horas) a su Templo.

 

Start:
Iglesia de las Comendadoras de Santiago (two floats)

Where to see it:
Due to the great difficulty when the procession passes and returns through the Realejo district, this part of the procession is very impressive. It is also where the image is received by a crowd of members of the Brotherhood.

First float:
Representing Jesus in the garden of Gethsemane praying in the presence of an angel while the disciples are asleep.

Artist:
All the figures are by Domingo Sánchez Mesa (1944).

Second float:
María Santísima de la Amargura.

Author of the image:
Anonymous (17th century)

Penitents: 100

Assistant dressers: 50

Interesting details:
The float carries relics of San Juan de Dios and Fray Leopoldo, made by Navarro Arteaga. The relation between the Brotherhood and the nuns of the Convento de Comendadoras isnoteworthy. The Virgin wears one of the most stunning garments of all the statues used for Holy Week.



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