jueves, 5 de abril de 2012

Coloraos. Easter Week 2012: Holy Wednesday.

Yesterday, Holy Wednesday, left the largest procession of the Murcian Easter Week (declared of international touristic interest): about 3000 people marching. It is also the oldest, last year turned 600 years old. It's named "Coloraos" by the red dress that distinguishes these Nazarenes
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1 comentario:

Malyss dijo...

We have such people here making processions. We call them "penitents" and they have different colors according to their religious duty:White for those who work in hospitals, blue for those who care about children, red for those who care of ill people, and black for those who take care of deads.