SEVILLE, SPAIN - APRIL 3: Members of "San Esteban" brotherhood walk during their procession on April 3, 2007 in Seville, Southern Spain. The Holy Week of Seville is the staging of the Passion of Christ in different episodes which are shown in the realistic sculptures that are front images in the big carriages accompanied by 'Nazarenes', members of a brotherhood; penitents. These brotherhoods became the main bonding element of the neighborhood or the parish. Nowadays the main obligation of these religious associations is to bring their members during the penitence period from their headquarters or chapel to the Metropolitan Cathedral and from there back to their church. This route is planned prior to the procession and is subject to a very strict time schedule which cannot be changed. (Photo by Marco Di Lauro/Getty Images)
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