Black Nazarene procession headed to Quiapo Church. The current year’s Traslacion begun early Monday morning as the “andas” or carriage of the Black Nazarene left Quirino Grandstand for the Quiapo Church.
Authorities are required to line the lanes as the Nazareno makes its about day-long adventure around Manila.
Starting at 8 a.m. the parade was at the Planetarium before the National Library along Katigbak Drive, as indicated by the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO). The NCRPO likewise said there are no reports of untoward episodes.
They said they don’t think they are making deterrent fans joining the Traslacion.
From Jones Bridge, the Andas will take a right hand turn on Dasmariñas and Plaza Sta. Cruz. It will then take a left on C. Palanca St.
Palanca St. is commonly a wide street notwithstanding the road merchants, however they said they know their breaking points upon the arrival of Traslacion. Powers will likewise clear a close-by bike stopping zone, which possesses a major space on Palanca St.
From here, the courses gets smaller as the parade goes to the littler and swarmed lanes — that is from Arlegui, Fraternal, Nepomuceno, Concepcion Aguila, Carcer and Hidalgo.
Road sellers additionally involve both sides of Hidalgo and Bilibid Viejo. Some said they will enjoy a reprieve upon the arrival of Traslacion, while others will at present work.
Other than the distinguished courses, close-by avenues will likewise be brimming with enthusiasts, as Gonzalo St.
From here, the Black Nazarene carriage will take Z.P. De Guzman St., then Hidalgo. It will then take a left on A. Bautista, trailed by the swarmed road of Globo de Oro.
The parade will continue to back Palanca St., then to Villalobos through Plaza Miranda until it at long last lands at Quiapo Church.
Source: CNN Philippines