Turismo religioso

Purple tunic and mask, with “cíngulo” (ribbon to tie their robes) in esparto.


Jesús Nazareno

Hermandad de Nuestro Padre Jesus Nazareno y Maria Santisima de la Merced


Departure: 20:15 Start of the Official route: 21:25 Cathedral doors: 22:10 End of Official route: 00:20  


Plaza de San Juan de la Cruz, Pavaneras, Plaza de los Girones, Varela, Cuesta del Progreso, Plaza de Mariana Pineda, Ángel Ganivet (Tribuna Oficial), Puerta Real, Mesones, Marqués de Gerona, Plaza de las Pasiegas, Santa Iglesia Catedral, Cárcel Baja,  Placeta de Diego de Siloé, Pasaje Diego de Siloe, Gran Vía, Almireceros, Joaquín Costa, Reyes Católicos, Plaza de Isabel la Católica, Plaza Poeta Ruiz Rosales, Plaza de San Juan de la Cruz.

Monastery of Carmelitas Descalzas. Calle San Matías (Two floats).
Where to see it:
The return through the streets of its route and the saetas (traditional songs) to the Christ.
First float:
Jesús Nazareno carries the Cross with the crown of thorns and the traditional rays of light upon his head.
Author of the image:
Antonio Barbero Gor (1982).
Second float:
María Santísima de la Merced, staring at the ground with closed hands at waist level.
Author of the image:
Anonymous image dating from the 17th century attributed to the Pedro de Mena School.
Penitents: 100
Assistant dressers: 50
Interesting details:
The float of the “Borriquita” marches separately of those of Amor, which stop at the Cathedral. The float is the last one covering the Official route, being this Brotherhood the oldest of the day. Like that, the participation of the Nazarene children preceding this float is easier. This particular cortege is the main pool of young members of the city. In 2000, as an exception, it went out with both floats of the cortege of Amor; due to the torrential rains at midday, the Committee decided to wait to the Holy Week.


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