Holy week in Málaga

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Published on February 22, 2018

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HOLY WEEK IN MÁLAGA IN A SHORT FILM: HOLY WEEK i n M á l a g a HOLY WEEK IN MÁLAGA IN A SHORT FILM: W HY THE HOLY WEEK EXISTS? A fter the conquest of Málaga by the Catholic kings in 1487, the first brotherhoods appeared under the new religious laws established in the city by then. In the Council of Trent, and in order to fight Protestant religion, Church started creating sculptures and their processions. Another aim of brotherhoods would be helping “brothers” and poor people https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semana_Santa_en_M%C3%A1laga Catholic Kings Conquest http://www.nationalgeographic.com.es/historia/grandes-reportajes/los-reyes-catolicos-conquistan-granada_6778 The Council of Trent https://www.diocesismalaga.es/historia-de-la-iglesia/2013102408/concilio-de-trento-ii/ http://apiedetrono.blogspot.com/2015/11/hoy-recordamos-dfrancisco-palma-burgos_9.html HOLY WEEK IN MÁLAGA IN A SHORT FILM: D ID YOU KNOW…? T he Holy Week of Málaga has a big tradition since the Catholic Kings and nowadays, in the 21st century it coexists perfectly with new generations and it has been declared as a Festival of Tourist International Interest because it is a really religious and social-cultural event of Málaga. http://www.semana-santa-malaga.com/ http://www.malagaturismo.com/es/galerias/semana-santa/3021/3 http://www.dmc-rtaspain.com/meetings-malaga-spain/ https://tabernacofrade.net/web/humillacion-y-estrella-malaga/ Christ of the Humiliation. This is the most ancient throne in the Holy Week of Málaga. (1922) HOLY WEEK IN MÁLAGA IN A SHORT FILM: What is it like? http://www.semana-santa-malaga.com/ http://www.malagaturismo.com/es/galerias/semana-santa/3021/3 A s a tradition, every year brotherhoods put on streets an authentic performance: enormous thrones to carry the carvings of Jesus and Virgin Mary that are swayed during all their itinerary, thousand of Nazarenes and penitents who give light and color with candles, processional march, incense and flowers scents, and of course the whole city in the street to clap. https://twitter.com/pepefotografia2 https://twitter.com/pepefotografia2 http://humillacionyestrella.org/menu/31/Inicio HOLY WEEK IN MÁLAGA IN A SHORT FILM: W HAT DOES IT REPRESENT? From Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, thrones are carried along the streets. They represent the Passion of Christ from his arrival in Jerusalem till his Resurrection. http://www.semana-santa-malaga.com/ http://www.malagaturismo.com/es/galerias/semana-santa/3021/3 Jesus in his arrival in Jerusalem Author: Juan Martínez Cerrillo (1943). ECCE-HOMO. Author: Francisco Buiza (1983) Resurrected Christ Author: José Capuz (1943) HOLY WEEK IN MÁLAGA IN A SHORT FILM: H OLY WEEK IN MÁLAGA http://www.andalucia.org/es/semana-santa/semana-santa-en-malaga/ M ost of brotherhoods of Passion have their own place, real museums, where it is possible to visit and watch the beauty of the Thrones, Virgin’s mantles, silver, gold sticks, etc. https://agrupaciondecofradias.com/itinerario-1-hito-3-parroquia-de-santo-domingo-casa-hermandad-museo-de-la-expiracion/ Casa Hermandad of the brotherhood of the Expiración. http://360gradospress.com/not/105345/ Hope Virgin’s Mantle HOLY WEEK IN MÁLAGA IN A SHORT FILM: H OLY WEEK IN MÁLAGA http://www.andalucia.org/es/semana-santa/semana-santa-en-malaga/ I t’s spectacular to watch all the people who walk with Jesús Cautivo each Holy Monday. Even 30.000 people walk at the back of him. http://antoniosalazarbecerra.skyrock.com/3081381727-Rey-de-Reyes.html Behind Jesús Cautivo there are a lot of people walking and praying HOLY WEEK IN MÁLAGA IN A SHORT FILM: D ID YOU KNOW…? The prisoner liberation without crime of blood by Jesús El Rico at the Obispo Square each Holy Wednesday is a tradition in the Holy Week and it is because when Málaga was infected by several illnesses, prisoners got away from the jails and carry the throne of Christ on the streets and after that, all of them came back to their jails. For this reason, Carlos III gave this privilege. http://www.andalucia.org/es/semana-santa/semana-santa-en-malaga/ http://cadenaser.com/emisora/2017/04/07/ser_malaga/1491587569_846368.html http://semanasanta.diariosur.es/cofradias/cofradia-el-preso.html HOLY WEEK IN MÁLAGA IN A SHORT FILM: W HAT SHOULD YOU TASTE IN HOLY WEEK? http://www.andalucia.org/es/semana-santa/semana-santa-en-malaga/ I t’s typical in Spain to eat French toast, chickpea stew , fried cod and lemons. https://unareceta.com/torrijas/ https://www.deliciosi.com/potaje-de-garbanzos-con-thermomix/ https://www.pinterest.cl/pin/570760952747915937/ HOLY WEEK IN MÁLAGA IN A SHORT FILM: W HAT IS TYPICAL IN HOLY WEEK? http://www.elmundo.es/album/andalucia/2015/04/01/551c5702ca4741cc278b456e_10.html https://twitter.com/pepefotografia2 It is common to hear a “ saeta ” and to see women with a “ mantilla” in their head. HOLY WEEK IN MÁLAGA IN A SHORT FILM: W HAT IS TYPICAL IN HOLY WEEK? T he music, the unmistakable smell of incense, and the breathtaking processions make this one of the most beautiful, inspiring, and moving traditions that can be experienced. https://www.vacaciones-espana.es/ HOLY WEEK IN MÁLAGA IN A SHORT FILM: H OLY WEEK IN MÁLAGA IN A SHORT FILM VIDEO REALIZED BY BRANDOM LI https://youtu.be/N-EzhFOI5XU By Alberto Ruiz Poster of the Holy Week of Málaga of 2018 by José Mª Ruiz Montés

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