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832-395973 - Wayside cross, field cross, Materl, wooden carved Jesus on the cross, Prettau, Predoi, Ahrntal, Valle Aurina, Pustertal, Valle Pusteria, Central Alps, Main Alpine Ridge, South Tyrol, Alto Adige, Italy, Europe
832-396081 - Milk cans lined up on a wooden bench, window and shrine with Jesus on the cross, facade made of rough stones from an alpine pasture, Gramaialm, Alpenpark Karwendel, Tyrol, Austria, Europe
1350-5170 - For almost 60 years, about two thousand people from 28 different guilds (associations of faithful Catholics) come together on Good Friday to participate in this procession, carrying emblems, religious images concerning the Stations of the Cross, and dressed in the distinctive colors of their guilds, Each one of the ,??Guilds,?? carries an image with a picture of Jesus Christ,??s Stations of the Cross and of the mysteries of the Holy Rosary,
1350-5256 - For almost 60 years, about two thousand people from 28 different guilds (associations of faithful Catholics) come together on Good Friday to participate in this procession, carrying emblems, religious images concerning the Stations of the Cross, and dressed in the distinctive colors of their guilds, Each one of the ,??Guilds,?? carries an image with a picture of Jesus Christ,??s Stations of the Cross and of the mysteries of the Holy Rosary,
1350-5134 - For almost 60 years, about two thousand people from 28 different guilds (associations of faithful Catholics) come together on Good Friday to participate in this procession, carrying emblems, religious images concerning the Stations of the Cross, and dressed in the distinctive colors of their guilds, Each one of the ,??Guilds,?? carries an image with a picture of Jesus Christ,??s Stations of the Cross and of the mysteries of the Holy Rosary,
1350-5146 - For almost 60 years, about two thousand people from 28 different guilds (associations of faithful Catholics) come together on Good Friday to participate in this procession, carrying emblems, religious images concerning the Stations of the Cross, and dressed in the distinctive colors of their guilds, Each one of the ,??Guilds,?? carries an image with a picture of Jesus Christ,??s Stations of the Cross and of the mysteries of the Holy Rosary,
809-8300 - Jesus with the four Evangelists, Batalha Monastery, Late Gothic architecture, intermingled with the Manueline style, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Batalha, Centro, Portugal, Europe
1350-2688 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-3754 - A boy spreads incense at the Jesus Nazareno del Perdon procession during Easter Holy Week in Antigua Guatemala. Holy Week (Semana Santa) carpet of colored sawdust (alfombras) being prepared on Antigua street. Jesus Nazareno de la Penitencia Procession in Antigua, Guatemala.
1350-2693 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2692 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2695 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2690 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2691 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2687 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2689 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2696 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2697 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2694 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.