Tres Tombs, a vibrant Catalan tradition

Every year around January 17th in many Catalan villages and cities, the Catalan tradition of "Tres Tombs" takes place.


Tres Tombs, a vibrant Catalan tradition

Tres Tombs, meaning "Three Rounds," is an annual procession around January 17th, featuring beautifully adorned horses and carriages, parading through the streets. The festivities, dating back to 1826, pay homage to Saint Anthony, the patron saint of animals, believed to be able to communicate with them. The term ´Tres Tombs´ refers to the three turns around the church and are meant to invoke the protection and blessing of Saint Anthony for the animals, as well as for the well-being of the community. Here you see some pictures of the 2024 version.


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