Good Friday is marked in several Mexican cities with the Procesion del Silencio – take a light-hearted look at this eye-opening cultural tradition, celebrated during Easter in Queretaro.
The Procession of Silence is a reenactment of the Passion of Christ, with common men & women marching through the city, the men in pointed hoods, carrying wooden crosses, their ankles in chains…
#1. Joseph & the Technicolour Dreamcoat
#2. Boyz in da Hood
#3. There’s no need to drag your feet
#4. We’ve all got a cross to bear
#5. Fifty Shades of Grey
#6. Don’t be fooled by the cross that I got, I’m still I’m still Joseph from the block
#7. Orange is the New Black
#8. At the crossroads
#10. Cone Heads
#11. Damn whites & colours got mixed up in the laundry again
#12. Black Widows
#13. Never done the Macarena & proud of it
Know Before You Go
What: Procesion del Silencio
Where: Procession travels around the city, beginning at Catedral de Queretaro
When: Good Friday
Time: Starts at 5:30pm
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*** The Final Word: The Procesion del Silencio is an eye-opener to the different Easter traditions celebrated around the world ***
What unusual Easter festivals have you taken part in?
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Visited in April 2016