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The last stage: Sea pilgrimage

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El Camino de Santiago es desde alrededor de hace 1200 años la ruta mas significativa del peregrinaje europeo. Son muchos los caminos que han surgido a lo largo de los siglos. Algunos por el interior como podrían ser el Camino Primitivo o el Camino Francés, otros, en cambio, han surgido a lo largo de las costas españolas y portuguesas (Camino del Norte o Camino Portugués por la costa). Pero hubo una última ruta, la que realizaron los restos del Apóstol Santiago para ser enterrado.

 

La Ruta Traslatio o Ruta Xacobea marítimo-fluvial por el mar de Arousa y el río Ulla conmemora la llegada a Galicia, por mar, del cuerpo del Apóstol Santiago el Mayor, después de su martirio en Jerusalén. Antiguas tradiciones cristianas cuentan que tras estos hechos lo llevaron desde la ciudad de Jaffa, al Sur de la actual Tel Aviv a través de todo el Mediterráneo y la costa Atlántica ibérica, adentrándose en las costas de la Ría de Arousa y de la Península do Grove.

 

 

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