The morning and afternoon Good Friday processions around the Pubilla Cases neighbourhood in Hospitalet are most multitudinous and popular in the Barcelona area and are organised by the Confraria 15+1.
The origins of the processions are lay rather than religious because the Confraria 15+1 began as group of Andalucian men in a bar rather than in a church.
In the morning, El Pare Jesús Natzarè and La Mare de Déu dels Dolors leave the premises of the Confraria in La Plaça de la Bòbila (metro Can Vidalet) at 8.30 am and make their route around the Pubilla Cases and La Florida neighbourhoods until returning at around 2.45 pm.
The afternoon procession leaves Carrer del Molí de l'Hospitalet at 9 pm and takes El Crist de l'Expiació around the streets until around half past midnight.
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