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We onlly saw one pilgrim here but it is one starting point of the English Camino route to Santiago de Compostela. Limited opening hours but worth going in - very attractive and peaceful and the oldest church in A Coruna. Town council met here in...More
This is a place that we really enjoyed,
First because it is very old church and have some carved figures that are rare to find, like the virgin of the Esperanza ( a pregnant virgin) as well as the virgin of the leche (breastfeeding virgin)....More
While on our self guided tour of La Coruna we visited Iglesia de Santiago Apostol. The mass had just completed and we were allowed inside to tour. There was so much to do in La Coruna we were unhappy that we only a to spend...More
This is a small medieval church in the old town of La Coruna not to be confused with the pilgrimage site of Campo de Santiago which is located well out of the city. The statuary really is something to see and incredibly detailed and colourful...More
Even if you are not catholic, you should not miss Santiago de Compostella. It´s the greatest spiritual experience I have ever had. Since you are approaching the city, you start seeing the pilgrims (they come as far as from 300kms. in aThis pilgrimage that can...More