Every year, the municipality of Claut, within the province of Pordenone, represents the Passion of Christ with the Via Crucis Station of the Cross on Good Friday, which this year is on April 19, 2019. The principal man or woman of the procession is Jesus Christ, embodied by using a barefoot man dressed in white gowns, covered with a hood and helping a pass on his shoulder. The procession stops 14 times to have a good time the 14 stations that mark Christ’s ascent in the direction of Mount Golgata.
The stations are represented with real figures, adults and youngsters, who bear in mind the distinctive phases of Christ’s Passion. The Station of the move ends with a illustration of the crucifixion of Christ and the 2 thieves. For the event, the homes, courtyards and home windows of the village of Claut are illuminated with crimson lights and candles at the same time as the streets are illuminated with flashlights and burning braziers. The Via Crucis proceeds with the sound of the Batatocs, a wood instrument which sound is similar to the drum, to represent in a symbolic manner the drums that comply with through Jesus in the crucifixion.