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Road to Santiago

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on 26 March 2014

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Transcript of Road to Santiago

Santiago's Road
design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
Peregrin's equipment
Why is it called Santiago's Road?
Santiago's Cathedral
There is not an exact place to start Santiago's Road, but you need to walk at least 100km to achieve the 'Compostelana', which states that you have done the route.
Places from which Santiago's Road can be started:
Andalucía - The portuguese path
Granada - The mozarab path
People usually start from Roncesvalles (the Pyrenees) or from Somport (Huesca).
Celia Aguilar Martínez
Blanca Álvarez Rojas
Alicia Yichun García García
Lourdes Udaya García-Poggio Valero
This Cathedral was built in the XI century with the Romanesque style.
It is placed in the main square of 'Obradoiro', where all the paths come together.
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