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The Brotherhood of “La Paz” is the first one to go out in Procession during the Easter Week in Seville.

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Easter Week in Seville is considered an art form in itself, as well as being the manifestation of a profound spiritual feeling.

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There is an old tradition of singing a special flamenco style of threnody called saeta as the processions of the confraternities pass various points along the route.

Every brotherhood carries magnificent “Pasos” or floats with sculptures that depict different scenes related to the Passion of …

Easter Week in Seville is not only a Catholic fiesta going back over four hundred years, but the synthesis of a whole culture centred on If you want to see the figures and processions better you should look for places away from the official route, which is where all the confraternities have to pass on their way to the These search results cannot be displayed on the map. Each procesional brotherhood in one day, schedule and specific itinerary, with no two have the same route.

Many of these floats are religious works of art that date back as far as the 17th … It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website.

Easter processions in Seville are organized by brotherhoods or brotherhoods.

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Avoid the central monuments.

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The week consists of processions in which enormous ‘pasos’ (floats) are carried around the streets by teams of ‘costaleros’ (bearers) followed by hundreds of ‘nazarenos’ (penitents).

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She was surprised to find that children got a lot less chocolate than at home and a shorter …

It is a truly popular experience in which everybody takes part, …

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This section will discuss some tips and tricks for charming moments of Holy Week in Seville with some comfort.

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The huge event will be an emotional and economic loss for the Andalusian city, with the weeklong Easter celebrations usually contributing some 400 …

It is the week leading up to the Easter weekend and although it is celebrated all over Spain it is Andalucia that has me returning year after year.

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Constitución, Calle Santander, Paseo Colon, Reyes Católicos, Marques de Paradas streets.

Easter. During the whole Week, from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday every afternoon you can see the Processions on the streets going to the Cathedral for doing a ” Penance Station”.

For the South, follow through the streets Mateos Gago, Alcazaba, Plaza de Triunfo, Av.

Spain’s largest and most famous Easter celebrations undoubtedly take place in Seville, but the Coronavirus outbreak and paralysis of activity across Spain means that for the first time since 1933 there will be no Semana Santa processions in Seville.

But see more of them, but for itineraries that allow walking, avoiding crowds and long waits.