Ten towns in Andalusia where Holy Week is breathed all year round

Mar Ramirez

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Alcalá la Real. It is a remarkable destination, with a history of borderlands between typical streets and the fortress of La Mota. On March 18, with lights and drums in each neighborhood, Holy Week usually starts every year. Good Friday has always stood out for proclaimed steps and beloved images, such as the Jesus pennant or the emotional encounter between two neighborhoods carrying the Virgen de las Angustias and the Cristo de la Salud.

Priego de Córdoba. Baroque sculptor craftsmen gave it urban splendor, as in the Sagrario chapel of the Asunción church. In the middle of the Caliphal route between Granada and Córdoba, you have to walk its walkway at sunset, as well as follow the Rocío more

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