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A penitent from "Jesus en su Tercera Caida" (Third Fall of Jesus) brotherhood takes pictures as he watches the procession in Zamora, Spain, Monday, March 30, Semana Santa (Holy Week) 2015. (AP Photo/Andrés Kudacki)

A penitent from "Jesus en su Tercera Caida" (Third Fall of Jesus) brotherhood takes pictures as he watches the procession in Zamora, Spain, Monday, March Semana Santa (Holy Week) (AP Photo/Andrés Kudacki)

Semana Santa - Salamanca, Spain Hey @Fortune St Keyne this is the thing you had posted in here before.  Loos like it's still on, even now.  How.... off-putting.

Semana Santa - Salamanca, Spain Hey Jenkins Jenkins Adams St Keyne this is the thing you had posted in here before. Loos like it's still on, even now. off-putting.

Holy Week: Semana Santa  Seville, Spain

The Penitants, Holy Week, Semana Santa,,Spain

By Francisco Mariscal Serrano, 1 9 5 5, Holy Week in Seville.

Vintage Travel Poster - Sevilla -Semana Santa - by Francisco Mariscal Serrano, 1 9 5

Holy Week Calendar for kids

When you believe that Jesus Christ is the living Son of God, and want to impress these truths upon your children, the week before Easter is a busy one. Praise the Lord above that their…

Antigua, Guatemala - carpets stretching for miles made out of pigmented sawdust and are constructed during holy week each year. The sawdust is sprayed with a fine mist to keep the sawdust in place until the processions begin. Carpets constructed on good Friday are said to be the most elaborate and colorful.     via odditycentral.com

Colorful Street Carpets In some Central American countries like Guatemala and Honduras, Semana Santa, or Holy Week, is celebrated in a co.

Holy Week in Granada is one of Spain’s most spectacular Easter celebrations. Just like in Seville, Malaga and other Andalusian cities, this religious celebration which attracts thousands of visitors.

Holy Week in Granada is one of Spain’s most spectacular Easter celebrations. Just like in Seville, Malaga and other Andalusian cities, this religious celebration which attracts thousands of visitors.

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