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Semana Santa/Holy Week in Andalucía

Anyone going to Andalucía/the South for Semana Santa should consider the exceptional celebrations in Málaga city. Much less tourists than in Sevilla, but just as intense and a favourite with the Spanish themselves. http://www.semana-santa-malaga.com/english/holy-week-malaga.html

The actor Antonio Banderas is a very proud malagueño. His pregón (announcement) of the Málaga Semana Santa in majestic Teatro Cervantes last year is said to go down in history as one of the most powerful ever. Even non-Spanish speakers should get an idea of why: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpjeDKTnKQQ

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