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Holy Week with intense schedule in Paraty

Holy Week with intense schedule in Paraty

City hosts religious festivals and cultural activities, scenario that invites ecological tourism

Traditional festivities colonial architecture, Paraty overflows Culture and History. The period of Holy Week, from 31 of the March 5 April, is one of the highlights of 23 religious festivals celebrated in the city throughout the year. This is the only time when an important historical heritage is on display to the public: the six Stations of the Cross - set of built altars in the walls of buildings, where sacred pieces of more than are saved 300 years - are open for celebrations.

The program goes beyond religious events. The city offers attractions for all ages, with exposure, film series and eco-tourism options. On Thursday, the bonfire procession transports the audience to past centuries and the last day, Easter Sunday, announces the Divine festival, another traditional celebration of the city.

Holy Week

Cultural events

The 5th edition of the Mostra Tide Full Film, in Ponta Negra Beach, displays Brazilian films, under the theme “Play and Brincantes”. Four will be displayed feature films, 20 Short and 20 animations, Besides a film on 16mm film that will make the audience relive other times.

The exhibition unites film and environmental sustainability. “As citizens, producers and exhibitors, we must preserve this ecological sanctuary and encourage sustainable attitudes of residents and tourists. The film projection equipment, for example, will be powered by solar energy”, says Ronald Almenteiro, producer and show curator. In addition to film screenings, are part of the event SMA workshop – Art Movement Ecology and the 4th Canoe Racing Rascal, which includes the participation of adults and children.

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In the House of Culture of Paraty, the exhibition “Paraty of all saints” presents religious works from private collections - rarities coming from churches and traditional city families. Curated by Renata Rosa and production Emanuel Range, frames and oratories will be exposed to the day 18 June in the Noble House Hall. For the historian Paraty Diuner Melo, the show is an important artistic register. “These images and tables show, beyond veneration and devotion, artistic creation of his time”, says. “The immense variety of devotions, some stand, such as Our Lady, under different invocations, St. John, Santo Antonio, St. Peter, St. Michael and St. Sebastian”, reveals.

For lovers of handicrafts, the 9th Meeting of Potters in Paraty meeting more jobs 30 artists in Church Square Santa Rita, that this year brings a new: space “Free Torno” allows the visitor to experience shaping pottery. The public will also have the opportunity to participate in workshops and attend lectures of potters.

Date of Potters Paraty

Community-based tourism

Paraty also invites the visitor to explore the region in eco-tours and to know Indian villages, quilombos and XX century. The Sustainable Tourism Initiatives Community Based share and protect the natural wealth of the region, in order to enhance the way of life of native Paraty and traditional cultures. Dentro da da Juatinga Ecological Reserve, the Cajaíba the Landing is home to a small fishing village. Among, the caiçara Francisco Sobrinho, the Ticote, created the Institute of Permaculture Rascal (IPECA), working to maintain environmentally sustainable village system, socially just and cost-effective. Ticote welcomes groups for cultural experience and ecological. The same happens in Great Cajaíba Beach, where Altamiro, of Portuguese origin, comes reforesting the Atlantic Forest with the help of visitors, that can camp and participate in various experiences in the community.

For more information on the schedule of Holy Week in Paraty, visit: www.pmparaty.rj.gov.br.

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FULL SCHEDULE:

Tuesday, day 31 March

  • Exhibition “Paraty of all saints” - House of Paraty Culture - open daily with free admission
  • 19h30 – Procession of the Meeting (or steps) traveling the Passion Steps. Men leave the Church with the image of Our Lord and women leave the Chapel of Sorrows with the image of Our Lady.

Wednesday, day 1

  • 19h30 – Office of the Dark Church, with reading the Psalms and Lamentations of the prophet Isaiah. Vigil Night in sorrow, to delete the 15 chandelier candles (Tenebrário) representing the Apostles and Christ, going off little by little the lights.

Thursday, day 2

  • 18h30 22:30 – Show Tide Full Film – Ponta Negra Beach
  • 19h30 – Solemn Mass of the Last Supper (Institution of the Eucharist), with Lava Feet. After Communion, translocation of the Blessed Sacrament for Eucharistic Adoration, until midnight. After the blessing of the Blessed, Blaze the procession through the streets of the Historic District.
  • 20h – Home Conference - Paraty House of Culture
  • 21h - Opening of exhibitions and collective of potters guests - Paraty House of Culture

Paraty Exposure image of all Saints

Friday, day 3

  • 9am to 10:30 am – Free Torno – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 10h – Children and Youth Workshop with Carlos Esteban – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 11h - Demonstration - Mark Mauritius - Panel and Paint – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 14h - Demonstration - Mark Mauritius - Panel and Paint – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 15h - Book Launch Nelise Ometto – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 15h - Enameling for Raku firing – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 15h – Adoration of the Cross with communion in the Church
  • 15h30 to 17h – Free Torno – Shop Largo Santa Rita – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 18h – Top of Raku firing – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 18h30 22:30 – Show Tide Full Film – Ponta Negra Beach
  • 19h30 – Descent from the Cross ceremony in the Church, then the Lord Dead procession through the streets of the Historic District. Upon returning to the Mother Church, Beija-Hand ceremony of the Lord.
  • 20h - Oven Opening – Shop Largo Santa Rita

Saturday, day 4

  • 9am to 10:30 am – Free Torno – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 10h – Children's workshop with David Cananea – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 11h - Demonstration - lathe and chat with René Le Denmat – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 14h - Awareness workshop with clay - and Celia Cruz Ezil Mizinski – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 14h - Demonstration - Head and chat with Alberto Cidraes – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 15h - Installation of paper oven - Strain Group – Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 15h30 to 17h – Free Torno – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 18h – Home burning furnace paper – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 18h30 22:30 – Show Tide Full Film – Ponta Negra Beach
  • 20h - Closure of burning paper oven – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 21h – Blessing of the New Fire in the churchyard of Sorrows Chapel, followed in procession to the gates of Mother Church, where at the touch of the Cross is initiated the Easter Proclamation
  • 0h – Resurrection Procession output through the streets of the Historic District. (Bring candles and bells for the procession)

Sunday, day 5

  • 9am to 10:30 am – Free Torno – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 9h - Adult Workshop - Modeling with Ivone Shirahata – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 10h – Children's workshop - with Iracelis Port and Luciana Marsilio – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 11h - Demonstration and Chat with Florian Raiss – Shop Largo Santa Rita
  • 17h - Flagstaff posing Feast of the Holy Spirit (out of house flags of revelers at 16:30). Top of Paraty Divine festival.
  • 18h30 22:30 – Show Tide Full Film – Ponta Negra Beach
  • 19h30 - Easter Solemn Mass in the Church, with Coronation ceremony of Our Lady. That day will be delivered to communities Divine flag to start their pilgrimage.

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