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Semana Santa en España

  • Extra teacher’s notes are available to enhance some slides.

  • You can click on the megaphone symbol to hear a voice-over.

  • There are accompanying question-sheets to suit KS1 and KS2 children.


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Semana Santa (Holy Week) is one of the most important celebrations in Spain. This is also called Pascua (Easter).


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Las celebracionesPeople in towns and villages all over Spain take part in Easter celebrations.


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Domingo de Ramos

  • Domingo de Ramos (Palm Sunday) marks the beginning of Holy Week. Many people go to church for a special mass. Children are given a palm branch by their godparents. This represents the olive branches laid on the ground to welcome Jesus into Jerusalem.


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Semana Santa en Sevilla

  • Seville has some of the most spectacular and elaborate celebrations.


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Las procesiones

  • Large floats called “pasos” make their way through the streets. They have religious figures on them. They are often very elaborate and always very heavy!


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Los costaleros

  • The “pasos” are carried by groups of men called “costaleros”.

  • Here they are practising with sandbags. They move very slowly.


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A very large ‘paso’ in a Palm Sunday procession


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Viernes Santo

  • Good Friday is commemorated with very serious and sombre processions. They are usually either silent or accompanied by slow drumming.


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Processions can also be accompanied by “una banda de música”.


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Los penitentes

“Los penitentes” carry a wooden cross and wear a floppy hood - “un antifaz”. They are often in processions on Good Friday.


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Los nazarenos

  • Los nazarenos wear stiff conical hats called “capirotes”.


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Los nazarenos


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Sábado santo – Easter Saturday

This is perhaps the most mournful day of processions, as people remember Christ’s burial.


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Domingo de la Resurrección – Easter Sunday

Easter Sunday processions are louder and more joyous.


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Easter Sunday


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Some of the work that goes into preparing for Semana Santa…

…making “capirotes” for “los nazarenos”;


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…embroidering the cloths for a “paso”.


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…practising carrying “el paso”.


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A child’s Easter in Spain

Children can take part in the processions and play in the bands.Many families watch the processions, even the ones late at night.


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A child’s Easter in Spain

In Cataluña, in northeastern Spain, children are given a “mona” by their godparents. This is an Easter egg or special Easter cake in an amazing design.


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You can find some more information here on Easter in Spain:

  • http://www.european-schoolprojects.net/festivals/Spain/spring/spring/easter.htm

  • A long, but clear, slideshow with music from a Palm Sunday procession – children, costumes, atmosphere: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaypwlHJSYk

  • A clip of some children making their own procession - carrying a miniature ‘paso’ – it looks tricky! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7yQxXHi2jU&NR=1

  • Just type in ‘semana santa’ in the YouTube serach bar and choose from a huge variety of clips.


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“¡Feliz Pascua!”

“Felices pascuas”


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