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Santiago de Compostela

Spain: Pilgrim's progress

Spain: Pilgrim’s progress

By Peter Calder 11:21 AM Sunday Oct 10, 2010 At the opposite end of Spain from the heavily touristed horrors of the Costa del Sol, Galicia does not loom large on the standard itinerary. But it’s well-known to the tens of thousands who arrive on foot each year at the end of the pilgrimage known […]

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Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela: journey's end

Santiago de Compostela: journey's end

Santiago de Compostela has been attracting pilgrims for more than 1,000 years. But this magical city also boasts a wealth of more secular architectural treasures as well as a dynamic arts scene and vibrant nightlife Jeremy Lennard, guardian.co.uk Mist moistens granite and the legato chant of Galician bagpipes wafts on the cool, dawn air. The […]

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