Between quarantine that crosses a large part of humanity in the midst of the pandemic, without a doubt this year the Easter week you live very differently than usual.
Many faithful, in all parts of the world, participate in masses, meetings and different religious and even tourist celebrations, for the easter season. Given the circumstances of 2020, you can visit the 14 stations of the traditional Via Crucis virtually, with the support of biblical stories, pictorial works, music and also varied proposals of entertainment and tourism to share from home.
They are all alternatives that tourist centers and religious institutions found to accompany people.
Virtual Way of the Cross: Malaga
The Brotherhood of the Holy Christ of Vera-Cruz and Maria Santísima de la Esperanza along with the rest of the Brotherhoods of Sierra de Yeguas, in Malaga, organized a virtual Way of the Cross. As announced, the broadcast will coincide with the departure times that each Brotherhood had originally planned, to carry out their procession.
Sculpture Park online in Neuquén
In Neuquen, he Sculpture Park representing the Way of the Cross in Junín de los Andes can be visited at virtual form. It will be through a documentary film produced by Radio and Television Neuquén, which shows the construction of the park designed by the sculptor Alejandro Santana in 2001.
Córdoba, a 3D visit
The program “Córdoba from your house in 3D” It proposes virtual tours, photo galleries, videos and texts, according to a proposal by the Córdoba Tourism Agency, the official government entity.
Thus, those who want to “walk” through Córdoba this long weekend with this modality will have content on the website about the Wine Roads, the Jesuit Legacy, the Pilgrim’s Way, adventure tourism and flavors of Córdoba.
Monte Calvario, tradition of Tandil, in networks
This year the city of Tandil spread the classic celebration on their social networks with the slogan “Since you can not visit us, We bring Easter to you”
It is a campaign through daily posts in Instagram and facebook for a classic Easter destination. In the place it stands out for the Mount calvary, inaugurated on January 10, 1943, where each year thousands of people congregate on the pilgrimage that crosses a sculptural Way of the Cross, the chapel of Santa Gemma and the grotto of the virgin of Lourdes to the church in the main square.