Although I am not a particularly religious person, I can not ignore the feeling of huge hurt and compassion shown in the processions of Holy Week in any town in Spain.
In Menorca, many people take part in the processions, either as Nazarenes, wearing their long tunics and hidden faces, or as part of the brotherhoods of centurions (representing the Roman soldiers who executed Jesus), or as components of the bands of drums and sacred music that accompanies them.
Our Lady of Solitude is one of the best-known and most widely-followed images in the town.
The large group of brotherhoods, with their images, is really overwhelming.
All the pictures today, by Javier Coll.