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Camino Finisterre
pulpo camino de santiago cuisine
Food is one place where people from different cultures can meet and exchange their traditions over conversation. The Camino de Santiago cuisine is no exception. Centuries of local traditions infuse the food available along on the major pilgrim routes. Some of the eating may be as adventurous as a long-term trek. Yet there will always...
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Camino Finisterre
The traditional finale of the Camino de Santiago is the medieval city of Santiago de Compostela, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has been a major destination for pilgrims for more than a millennium. But even though it can be easy to wander in the dazzling collection of abbeys, cathedrals, and shrines that makeup the...
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Camino de Santiago
Pilgrims faithfully walk the┬áCamino de Santiago (The Way of St. James or Saint James’ Way) to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia every year. The city’s Christian heritage is well documented. Yet, its unique pre-Christian Celtic and Roman history is less familiar to visitors. Various sites in Galicia Spain remind us of the...
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