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Nava Castro highlights the role of research and promotion around the Way of St. James to strengthen its roots

The director of Turismo attended the opening of the 10th International Jacobean Lessons at the USC, which features specialists from around the world presenting their latest...

21/Apr/2010 0

Museo do Pobo Galego

We visit the “Museo do Pobo”, in the San Domingos de Bonaval Convent, located right by the “Puerta del Camino” in Santiago de Compostela. We visit the museum with the guide Elsa...

21/Apr/2010 0

Five monuments on the Camino in Galicia

The village of O Cebreiro, the Monastery in Samos, the church in Vilar de Donas in Palas de Rei, the church of Santa María de Leboreiro in Melide and the Cathedral in Santiago de...

21/Apr/2010 0

Do you know the legends of the Camino?

Wagner in his work “Parsifal” situates the Holy Grail in the place where a miracle is produced on the Camino de Santiago. To be more concrete, in a hermitage in this location. Do...

21/Apr/2010 0

The most popular songs by Malvela

Malvela is a group of women from various generations interested in saving the traditional songs, so that they do not get forgotten and lost. They are from Sanguiñeda, in Mos...

21/Apr/2010 0

Rumi Makyno, Tokio (Japan)

Rumi Makyno is from Tokyo (Japan) and is walking the Camino Francés. We caught up with her in Samos (Lugo), were we talked to her. She walks alone and seems content. “The Camino is...

21/Apr/2010 0

In Search of Solidarity

A group of pilgrims suffering from Familial Spastic Paraplegias have completed in 10 days their Camino de Santiago along the Camino Francés from Pamplona to Santiago. Their...

21/Apr/2010 0

The Camino in 24 hours

The camino de Santiago always brings along challenges, personal and in a group. A group of 30 bicyclists from the Basque country has set their goals on Santiago de Compostela. ...