Letur - Feasts - Holy Week

Holy Week

  • Holy Thursday - Procession of Our Father Jesus of Nazareth and Holy Mary of Sorrows.
  • Holy Friday in the afternoon - The "Funeral" procession.
  • Holy Friday in the night - The "Silence" procession.
  • Holy Friday at 6:00 am - Our Lord leaves from the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption of Letur and walks through the streets of the old town, afterwards Our Lady leaves, to cross the path of our Lord in the Plaza Mayor, where the "encounter" takes place.
  • Resurrection Sunday - Letur's "Las Cortesias" Procession. This famous celebration is held in the Plaza Mayor and white doves are released. The procession starts at around 11:30 a.m., first Our Lady of Sorrows leaves dressed in mourning, she passes behind the Town Hall and the Arc of Moreras and climbs up to the Plaza Mayor. At the same time Our Father also comes from this church to the Plaza Mayor where the meeting takes place, followed by the anthem of Spain.

  • Gerenal view

  • Letur Church

  • The Town Walls

  • Casa en la roca

Coordinates: 38°22′N 2°06′W / 38.367°N 2.1°W / 38.367; -2.1

Municipalities in the province of Albacete
  • Abengibre
  • Alatoz
  • Albacete
  • Albatana
  • Alborea
  • Alcadozo
  • Alcalá del Júcar
  • Alcaraz
  • Almansa
  • Alpera
  • Ayna
  • Balazote
  • Balsa de Ves
  • Barrax
  • Bienservida
  • Bogarra
  • Bonete
  • Carcelén
  • Casas de Juan Núñez
  • Casas de Lázaro
  • Casas de Ves
  • Casas-Ibáñez
  • Caudete
  • Cenizate
  • Chinchilla de Monte-Aragón
  • Corral-Rubio
  • Cotillas
  • El Ballestero
  • El Bonillo
  • Elche de la Sierra
  • Férez
  • Fuensanta
  • Fuente-Álamo
  • Fuentealbilla
  • Golosalvo
  • Hellín
  • Higueruela
  • Hoya-Gonzalo
  • Jorquera
  • La Gineta
  • La Herrera
  • La Recueja
  • La Roda
  • Letur
  • Lezuza
  • Liétor
  • Madrigueras
  • Mahora
  • Masegoso
  • Minaya
  • Molinicos
  • Montalvos
  • Montealegre del Castillo
  • Motilleja
  • Munera
  • Navas de Jorquera
  • Nerpio
  • Ontur
  • Ossa de Montiel
  • Paterna del Madera
  • Peñas de San Pedro
  • Peñascosa
  • Pétrola
  • Povedilla
  • Pozo Cañada
  • Pozo-Lorente
  • Pozohondo
  • Pozuelo
  • Riópar
  • Robledo
  • Salobre
  • San Pedro
  • Socovos
  • Tarazona de la Mancha
  • Tobarra
  • Valdeganga
  • Vianos
  • Villa de Ves
  • Villalgordo del Júcar
  • Villamalea
  • Villapalacios
  • Villarrobledo
  • Villatoya
  • Villavaliente
  • Villaverde de Guadalimar
  • Viveros
  • Yeste

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