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O Botafumeiro.Santiago de Compostela

O Botafumeiro.Santiago de Compostela

Este es el museo nacional de España. Es ubicado en Barcelona. Es muy bella y tiene mucha información de España.

Este es el museo nacional de España. Es ubicado en Barcelona. Es muy bella y tiene mucha información de España.

Although El Camino de Santiago is a specific route, pilgrims can journey there along many other routes from as far away as Notre Dame in Paris, Lisbon in Portugal, and Cadiz on the southern tip of the Iberian peninsula.

Although El Camino de Santiago is a specific route, pilgrims can journey there along many other routes from as far away as Notre Dame in Paris, Lisbon in Portugal, and Cadiz on the southern tip of the Iberian peninsula.

Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela

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This guy's top ten gear items list--and the rational behind each item.

This guy's top ten gear items list--and the rational behind each item.

Caballeros de la Orden de Santiago

Caballeros de la Orden de Santiago

O Tiraboleiro co #Botafumeiro. #Catedral de #Santiago de #Compostela Galicia Final del #Camino #Misa del #peregrino

O Tiraboleiro co #Botafumeiro. #Catedral de #Santiago de #Compostela Galicia Final del #Camino #Misa del #peregrino

Catedral de Burgos, Espanha torres com campanários

Catedral de Burgos, Espanha torres com campanários

Leaving a stone at the cross at Cruz de Ferro is a long tradition, and the size of the mound of stones is an indicator of the extent to which people follow it (i.e., it's a huge pile). Some leave things other than stones -- pieces of clothing, notes, toy cars, etc. Few seem to know how old the actual iron cross is there, but there are hints in the literature that the tradition is ancient.

Leaving a stone at the cross at Cruz de Ferro is a long tradition, and the size of the mound of stones is an indicator of the extent to which people follow it (i.e., it's a huge pile). Some leave things other than stones -- pieces of clothing, notes, toy cars, etc. Few seem to know how old the actual iron cross is there, but there are hints in the literature that the tradition is ancient.