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Caminos de Pasión starts up a network of interpretation areas for this festivity
The Paths of Passion tourist route is putting together the final details for a novel Easter Interpretation Areas Network that will take place in each of the eight towns that make it up. When it starts, each of the towns will add a new resource to their tourism options, which will show the visitor the heritage, values and singularities of the celebration of this festival. Likewise, the towns along the route will have signposting that has been specifically designed to add value both to their Easter festivities and to their monumental and artistic wealth.
This new idea was presented today at the International Tourism Fair (Fitur), with the aim of making it possible for visitors to discover the particulars and attributes that distinguish eight very singular ways to understand this festival in Andalusia, at any time of year. At the same time, by visiting these areas, you can explore the anthropological, artistic, historic and artisanal wealth of this festivity.
The new network includes areas that are being reopened to the public after undergoing different museum interpretation projects to make them more attractive for visitors. This is the case of the Ecce Homo brotherhood house in Alcalá la Real, the permanent Easter exhibitions in Baena and Puente Genil and the Museum of Sacred Art in Cabra. In other towns, however, the start up of this network means new exhibition spaces being opened to the public, always in places of great artistic and cultural value, or the creation of themed itineraries. Thus, Carmona will have a Brotherhood Houses route (including the houses belonging to the brotherhoods of La Columna, La Amargura and La Esperanza), Lucena with a display of La Santería and visits to the Brotherhood House belonging to the Cofradía del Amor y Paz (brotherhood of love and peace). Osuna and Priego de Córdoba offer a Easter imagery route.