Ermita de la Cigüeñuela

Coincidiendo con el final de la recolección de cereales, elemento básico en la vida economica hasta hace pocos años, este pueblo celebra en las fiestas patronales en honor de Nuestra Señora la Virgen de la Ciguiñuela y el Santísimo Cristo de la Misericordia, el 6 de Septiembre de cada año, la procesión que discurre desde la ermita de Nuestra Señora de la Ciguiñuela hasta la Iglesia de San Pedro, durante el recorrido, familias enteras, incluidos niños de corta edad se adelantan al paso de la Virgen para ir haciendo hogueras que lo mantengan iluminado cuando Ella vaya a pasar.

Copyright: Daniel Font
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6324x3162
Taken: 06/09/2011
Uploaded: 28/09/2011
Updated: 23/03/2015


Tags: ermita; iglesia; religion
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