PROCESSION OF THE CHRIST OF THE GOOD DEATH IN MALAGA
epa03172043 Soldiers of the Spanish Legion carry the figure of the Christh of the Good Death, on Holy Thursday, through the streets of Malaga, Andalusia, Southern Spain, 05 April 2012. This is one of the highlights in Malaga, as numerous Spanish legionnaires travel from Melilla, a Spanish enclave in North Africa, to carry the wooden figure of the Christ of the Good Death, as part of the Procession of the Cross. Traditionally Legion soldiers move the figure by boat from Almeria to Malaga every Holy Week. EPA/JORGE ZAPATA
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