Of course in Seville, you have to dress up well on Maundy Thursday. Everyone is so well-dressed: the ladies in their little black dress and mantilla negra, and the men in coat and tie. It some gives you the feeling that they intentionally parade around the city to be seen.
The entire city is converted into a museum... nay, an amphitheatre ready to welcome the annual deluge of tourists.
Bulla is a word that refers to the thousands of people who congregate in Seville to catch the processions. The streets are blocked and no person is allowed to enter the procession route from 1PM to 1AM, so surely you will be caught in one. I was, and ironically I was in a street called Entre Cárceles (Behind Bars).
The banner reads "Center for the Premature Stimulation of Christ of the Good End." It's by a cofradía (religious guild)... and I rest my case.