We went to the Good Friday “General Procession of the Holy Burial of Christ” in XÃ tiva yesterday. The procession lasted about two hours.
Spain still maintains a lot of its traditions and there are processions and festivals in XÃ tiva several times every year. I love them, as they usually involve the participants dressing up in traditional costumes. I went to the Fallas celebrations in Valencia a couple of weeks ago, which also involve processions in the traditional costumes, but those are modelled on medieval finery, these ones are based on religious dress, especially the “Capirotes” which were worn by the Spanish Inquisition.