Peregrinación Europea de Jóvenes PEJ22

Primitive road

It receives this name because it was the first road traveled to venerate the remains of the apostle Santiago. When in the ninth century AD. C. King Alfonso II the Chaste receives the news that the remains of the apostle Santiago have been discovered in the northwest of the peninsula and sets off for Compostela with part of his court from Oviedo. Already in Galicia the groups will depart from the city of Lugo , emblematic for its Roman walls and will depart for Friol before entering the French Way, in the Villa de Melide.

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