Ruta del Tambor y Bombo

By Evi
In March 16, 2016

Ruta del Tambor y Bombo is organized in nine municipalities of Teruel province, a very special way to celebrate the Passion of Christ. The tradition is to start playing the drum and bass drum on Holy Thursday or Good Friday at certain time. This is called “Romper la Hora” (breaking the time). In most of the villages it starts on Thuesday at 12.00 PM while on Calanda is at 12.00 noon on Friday.

The holy week of the nine villages that are part of the Ruta del Tambor y Bombo was declared “of National Tourist Interest” in November 2005, except in the town of Hijar, which was declared in 1980 and it’s the oldest in the celebration, appearing in writings from the XII century. (wikipedia)

This route includes the following nine towns:

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