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Easter is celebrated in Spain in either of these two months.

What is March and April?

100

This is a traditional dessert eaten and crowned with a huge chocolate eggnd with a chocolate figure representing a well-known person had in Spain during Easter.

What is Mona De Pascua?

100

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100

This dance takes place once a year on the night of Holy Thursday at the Plaza Mayor.

What is Danza de la Muerte de Verges?

100

The floats represent this for parents.

What is the floats teach the Passion story of Jesus in a simplistic and easy-to-understand manner?

200

Lent in Spain lasts for this long.

What is forty days excluding Saturdays?

200

This is known as the Spanish version of French Toast and is common to have during Easter.

What is Torrijas?

200

This is a tunic, a hood with a conical tip (capirote) used to conceal the face of the wearer, and sometimes a cloak.

What is Penitential Robes?

200

During Easter in Spain this traditional religious song is listened to.

What is La Saeta?

200

Holy week is called this in Spain.

What is Semana Santa?

300

Some of the celebrations of Easter in Spain date back to this century.

What is the 16th century?

300

A traditional cocktail made in Spain during Holy Week.

What is Las Bebidas?

300

This is worn so that attention is not drawn towards themselves as they repent, but instead to God.

What is Penitential Robes? 

300

The city with the largest Easter parades.

What is Seville?

300

A less common name for Holy Week in Spain is this.

What is La Madruga?

400

The celebration of Semana Santa in Spain was created when the church wanted this.

What is a simple but extr avagant way to present the Passion of the Christin a way in which all could understand?

400

This fried dessert originating from Málaga is soaked in wine.

What is Borrachuelos?

400

This is a lace or silk scarf worn by women over the head and shoulders.

What is Mantilla?

400

On this day the Catholic Church commemorates the Eucharists. There is a procession in the street in which Nazarenes carry heavy pasos which are big statues that represent scenes from Jesus Christ's Life.

What is Holy Thursday?

400

They are interested with the care of the floats.

What is Religious Brotherhoods or Fraternities.

500

Easter was first celebrated in which century and why?

What is 2nd century B.C.E., and in commemoration of Jesus' resurection.

500

This is an offensive phrase shouted when drinking a traditional cocktail made in Spain during Holy Week.

What is Matar judios?

500

Shops have been selling Penitential cones for this long.

What is 200 years?

500

The festivities in Spain begin on this day and last until.

What is Domingo de Ramos to Lunes de Pascua?

500

Floats of the virgin Mary hold a special place in the hearts of the people of Seville because of this.

What is it reminds them of a grieving mother?

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