This is a video presented by the Mexican Secretariat of Tourism. It shows the architectural beauties and traditions of Patzcuaro, Morelia, Uruapan, Patzcuaro Lake, Day of the dead, Zamora and Zitácuaro.
Archive for the ‘Morelia’ Category
By Paulina Vargas Gomez The Palm Sunday ritual is a centennial celebration. It is a great show and a huge tradition being held for several decades in the warm and humid city of Morelia, a fertile region of the southern end of the Meseta Purepecha in Michoacan. The weavers located in the courts of the […]
By Liliana Elena González @mexatua This is the schedule of Holy Week events in Morelia in March 22nd to 31st: Traditional Concert of Dolores Place: Capuchinas Church March 22 8.00 pm Palm Sunday Representation Place: Calzada Fray Antonio de San Miguel March 24 12.00 pm Traditional Altar of Dolores Place: Cerrada de San Agustin March […]
By Mary Carmen Nieto @BISEFmx Every year, the Via Crucis (Stations of the Cross) takes out to the streets on Good Friday in Morelia and other towns in Michoacan. Via Crucis represent the Passion of Christ. It represents the path to physical death but at the same time, the ultimate proof of love for humanity. […]