Black robes with trains, black masks decorated with the Cross of Jerusalem, and Franciscan sandals.
No candles in the first part, and white candles in the second part.
Muy Antigua, Real e Ilustre Hermandad Sacramental del Santísimo Cristo de San Agustín, Jesús Nazareno de las Penas, Nuestra Madre y Señora de la Consolación y Santo Ángel Custodio.
Iglesia del Monasterio del Santo Ángel Custodio (two floats)
Where to see it:
The coming and returning of the procession along the Calle San Antón, with the streetlights turned off.
Representing the crucified Christ, with three screws over a silver cross and a crown of thorns and halo made from the same metal. It is made of walnut wood and is 1.90 metres high.
Jacobo Torni, known as ‘El Indaco’ made between 1520 and 1525.
Representing the holy conversation between the Virgin Mary, St John the Evangelist and Mary Magdalene.
Author of the image:
Virgin and John the Evangelist: Antonio Dubé de Luque in 1990. Mary Magdalene: Elías Rodríguez Picón in 2008.