La_Coruna province

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Featured La_Coruna province Hotel
Tryp San Lazaro Hotel Santiago de Compostela

Located in Congress Palace - Santiago de Compostela

The Province of La Coruna consists of 94 towns

A BanaManon
A CapelaMazaricos
A CorunaMelide
A LarachaMesia
A Pobra do CaraminalMino
AbegondoMoeche
AmesMonfero
ArangaMugardos
AresMuros
ArteixoMuxia
ArzuaNaron
As Pontes de Garcia RNeda
As SomozasNegreira
BergondoNoia
BetanzosO Pino
BoimortoOleiros
BoiroOrdes
BoqueixonOroso
BrionOrtigueira
Cabana de BergantinosOutes
CabanasOza dos Rios
CamarinasPaderne
CambrePadron
CarballoPonteceso
CarinoPontedeume
CarnotaPorto do Son
CarralRianxo
CedeiraRibeira
CeeRois
CercedaSada
CerdidoSan Sadurnino
CesurasSanta Comba
CoirosSantiago de Compostela
CorcubionSantiso
CoristancoSobrado
CulleredoTeo
CurtisToques
DodroTordoia
DumbriaTouro
FeneTrazo
FerrolVal do Dubra
FisterraValdovino
FradesVedra
IrixoaVilarmaior
LaxeVilasantar
LousameVimianzo
Malpica de BergantinoZas
Site LanguageTransportes Calvete in A Coruna

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Site LanguageEl Camino de Santiago in Santiago de Compostela

The Way of St. James or St. James' Way (Spanish name: El Camino de Santiago), is the pilgrimage to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia in northwestern Spain, where legend has it that the remains of the apostle, Saint James the Great, are buried.

The Way of St James has existed for over a thousand years. It was one of the most important Christian pilgrimages during medieval times. It was considered one of three pilgrimages on which a plenary indulgence could be earned (the others are the Via Francigena to Rome and the pilgrimage to Jerusalem).

Legend has is that St. James' remains were carried by boat from Jerusalem to northern Spain where they were buried on the site of what is now the city of Santiago de Compostela. There are some, however, who claim that the remains at Santiago belong to Priscillian, the fourth-century Galician leader of an ascetic Christian sect, Priscillianism, who was one of the first Christian heretics to be executed.


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