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The town that goes all out for Semana Santa is...
a) Sevilla b) West Reading c) Madrid d) Mexico
Costaleros are...
a) people who are weak. b) people who are repenting for their sins. c) people who carry the floats. d) people who like to eat.
Nazarenos are...
a) people who are weak. b) people who are repenting for their sins. c) people who carry the floats. d) people who like to eat.
Why do shopkeepers, restaurant owners, and hotel managers raise their prices so high during Semana Santa?
a) Because they want to rip people off. b) They don't. This is a false statement. c) The costaleros tell them to. d) Because they know people will buy their goods or services. It also helps the economy.
What is a capirote?
a) The belt worn by a costalero. b) The pointed hood worn by a nazareno. c) A float from the 1700s. d) A type of food.
What is the purpose of the capirote?
a) To hide his/her identity from the crowd. b) To help support his back. c) To be a fashion statement. d) To be scary.
Each brotherhood or cofradia is responsible for maintaining and carrying _________ float(s).
a) 1 b) 40 c) 12 d) 2
How many hours are the floats carried for in each procession?
a) 1 hour b) 3 hours c) 5 hours d) 8 hours
What is arroz con leche?
a) rice with milk b) rice pudding c) French toast d) ice cream
In reference to Semana Santa, the term pasos means...
a) passes b) money c) floats d) steps
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