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Santiago's road

The large number of religious buildings that are on the road, is due to the pilgrimages to Santiago de Compostela, a point of entry for new ideas and artistic forms that make this region an invaluable part of our European heritage with its harmonious combination of architecture and landscape. Due to its importance in the history of the continent, the Way of St. James was declared the "First European Cultural Itinerary" by the Council of Europe and "World Heritage" by UNESCO. Today, as in the past, it still attracts people because of its great wealth. A path of spirituality, a journey of faith, of encounter and hospitality, a challenge of personal improvement or an artistic and cultural route, each one finds what he wants in him, or even more.

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