Turismo religioso

White serge tunics with black ribbons. Black serge masks and black capes.

Part of the procession takes place in darkness, the other with white candles.


Pontificia, Real y Muy Ilustre Hermandad Escolapia y Cofradía de Nazarenos del Santísimo Cristo de la Expiración, María Santísima del Mayor Dolor y San José de Calasanz.

Starting time

Start: 7.15 pm; Start of the official route: 9.00pm; Cathedral doors: 10.00pm; End of official route: 1.55am.


Iglesia de San José de Calasanz, Paseo de los Basilios, Puente Romano (19:30), Plaza del Humilladero, Carrera de la Virgen (Paseo Central Basílica de N. Sra. de las Angustias, 20:20), Plaza del Campillo, Plaza de Mariana Pineda (20:45), Ángel Ganivet (Tribuna Oficial), Puerta Real de España, Recogidas, Alhóndiga, Jáudenes, Marqués de Gerona, Plaza de las Pasiegas, Santa Iglesia Catedral, Cárcel Baja, Plaza de la Romanilla, Capuchinas, Plaza de la Trinidad, Alhóndiga (por giro con Tablas, 22:40), Recogidas, San Antón, San Marcos (00:10), Plaza General Emilio Herrera, Callejón de Arenas, Acera del Darro, Puente Romano (00:35), Paseo de los Basilios a su Templo.

Iglesia Parroquial de San José de Calasanz (two floats).

Where to see it:
Its return through the Carrera de la Virgen and as it crosses the Puente Blanco.

First float:
Representing Christ on the Cross, at the moment of His expiration.

Domingo Sánchez Mesa (1943).

Second float:
María Santísima del Mayor Dolor.

Luis Álvarez Duarte (2000).

Penitents: 200

Assistant dressers: 40

Interesting details:
This is the only Brotherhood who brought a float with canopy to the Vatican, when they went on a pilgrimage in 2000, to mark the jubilee. The Pope, John Paul II, stopped before the float and observed the image known in Granada as the ‘Madonna’. It was one of the most special moments in the history of this brotherhood.


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