A small chapel, built in the 16th century, which houses the picture of an Ecce-Homo inside. This spot is one of the best examples of popular religiosity, deep roots and traditions, which are ever present in day-to-day lives in Andalusia’s cities and towns. This is where the Stations of the Cross started, which continued across the hillside of Cerro de las Cruces and finished at the San Judas Tadeo hermitage, where they worshipped the image of Reclining Christ.


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