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El Camino de Santiago

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jakeele McDonald

on 17 March 2015

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Transcript of El Camino de Santiago

El Camino de Santiago
There are dozens of routes one can take
Destination all being
Santiago De Compostela
Routes usually began at ones home and ended with the pilgrimage site
During the late 19th century the route later became known as
European Cultural Route
World Heritage Site
El Camino de Santiago
Saint James Way
Began as a route for pilgrimages in the early middle ages for Christians
leads to the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela
How would you go?
If I were to go on the passage I would walk it. That way I get the full experience as those who went before me. Also I wouldn't
Where would you stay?
Personally I would travel from town to town. Trying to reach a town a day so I could have a nights rest somewhere "safe". I wouldn't mind camping out though just to get that additionally experience.
Original purpose of the route was to provide passage for ones who needed to find themselves
It was originally a Christian Passage Way to the church.
Through the passage one would find their purpose along it
" Road that leads us to life", Road that leads us to Death"
Was to be a road of cleansing and purification.
Who, What, When???
During the midde ages the route was highly traveled
Black Death
Protestant Reformation
Political Conflicts
Its said that King Alfonso the Second began the renewal of the passage during the early middle ages.
Purpose of the passage is to cleanse oneself and find ones true self. if one is forsaken, this passage will help find what "their meaning" is.
Between the centuries of 700A.D - 900A.D "
The Way"
became one of the most important christian pilgrimages along with Jerusalem and Rome.
The Way of St. James was one of the most important Christian pilgrimages during the middle ages.
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