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Procession of the Mysteries with Living Paintings

Buseto Palizzolo, Buseto Palizzolo Trapani, Italy

On to Palermo, about 18 km from Trapani, is located Buseto Palizzolo, seven districts embraced the sky scattered in the folds of the hills. Just among these hills, from April 12, 1981 an annual event awakens as if by magic the country, not calling a few people from outside. It is' the procession of the Mysteries of Buseto Palizzolo, the first ceremony of Holy Week in the province of Trapani, organized by the Confraternity of the Crucifix, an ancient place of religious association, dating back to 1864. Although young, the religious event of Buseto Palizzolo has succeeded in little time to fit between the secular and popular rites metropolitan Trapani, Marsala, Castelvetrano, Erice. For hours they have properties of wagons, for the thorough search of the sets made, can be considered a full real prosceni furniture. At 17:00 o'clock, from Villaggio Badia the procession begins its tortuous path to creep into the valleys, crossing over stradoni unusually crowded the districts. The Procession of the Mysteries of Buseto Palizzolo, unique, offers sixteen living pictures spanning the entire period of the Paschal Mystery which is not only passion and death, but also resurrection. The long procession goes well meet at sunset that makes it even more impressive the rise until, Came To the dark, the candles of processionanti illuminate the surrounding space meanwhile become sacred. The procession of the Mysteries is open by a precious wooden crucifix, dating from the late 500. Proprietor of the Confraternity having care of the sacred representation; the crucifix is ​​then brought back in procession on Good Friday.

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il 29 March 2015



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