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Camino de Santiago. Pórtico de la Gloria. Maestro Mateo #santiago #catedral

Camino de Santiago. Pórtico de la Gloria. Maestro Mateo #santiago #catedral

I placed my hand on this very spot back in the 1970s -> the seed was planted and I knew someday I would walk the Camino. I accomplished that delightful dream in Spring 2009...40 days walking and grwoing, living and learning. This is the gate of glory at the Catedral of Santiago.

I will walk the Camino de Santiago. Portico da Gloria - Cathedral of Santiago **

Camino de Santiago: Etapa de Portomarín a Palas del Rei | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Camino de Santiago: Etapa de Portomarín a Palas del Rei | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Santiago de Compostela.  This plaster cast of Saint James from the portal of his great pilgrimage shrine in Compostela is in the V Museum, London.

This plaster cast of Saint James from the portal of his great pilgrimage shrine in Compostela is in the V Museum, London.

Some day...  A way-marker on the pilgrim road to Santiago de Compostella in northwest Spain representing St James himself as a Santiago pilgrim. Photo by John Savelid.

A way-marker on the pilgrim road to Santiago de Compostella in northwest Spain representing St James himself as a Santiago pilgrim. Photo by John Savelid.

The Way of Saint James

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MEDIEVAL SPAIN - The Camino de Santiago. Way of St. James, is the name of any of the pilgrimage routes, known as pilgrim ways, to the shrine of the apostle St. James the Great in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia in northwestern Spain, where tradition has it that the remains of the saint are buried. Many take up this route as a form of spiritual path or retreat for their spiritual growth.

romanischer Pilger an einem Kloster in Santiago de Compostella

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Santiago De Compostela, Camino De Santiago, El Camino, Pilgrims, Driveways

This Bronze Shoe, in Finisterre, is a tribute to all those who walk the Camino.

This Bronze Shoe, in Finisterre, is a tribute to all those who walk the Camino.

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