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The Virgin of Sorrows tonight starring the first procession of Easter 2013 (22/03/2013)

The procession of the Virgin of Sorrows tonight will start from the Soledad church opens passion processions of Holy Week ceheginera, which will continue until the Risen procession Sunday morning on March 31.

A total of eight hundred Nazarene processions and dozens of steps and pictures to roam the streets during these days.

On Palm Sunday, the Procession of the Palms will leave at 11.30 am from the convent of San Esteban, ending at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene.

The Holy Tuesday will street the Brotherhood of the Passion of Christ with the Procession of Arrest, which, like the previous one, starting in San Esteban and harvest in Santa Maria Magdalena.

The Solemn Procession of Silence penitential rigor flood the streets of the old town on the night of Holy Wednesday.

The Peace of Christ, head of the Brotherhood, has starred in this year's poster Easter.

The main days of Holy Week will become the core of the celebrations.

On Holy Thursday, the procession of the Christ of the Whips depart at 20,300 hours from the Church of San Antonio de Padua and end at St. Mary Magdalene.

On the morning of Good Friday, the Mesoncico will host the traditional meeting place of departure and the procession.

At the end of it, the bands will perform traditional door pasodobles in Casino, on Main Street.

From the church of Solitude before the procession of the Holy Sepulchre Friday night.

Finally, the Risen will culminate at this year's procession on Easter Sunday.

Along with processions, concerts, transfers, exercise of the Cross and the traditional liturgical complete the program Triduum of Holy Week 2013.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cehegín

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