This measure of the public company will allow to spread the pilgrimage route through letters and postcards sent to Europe
More than 300 people visited the first edition of the fair organized with the collaboration of the Castilla y Leon Council, Palencia Provincial Council and the Xunta de Galicia
Thanks to the new project of "Law of Cultural Heritage of Galicia" recently approved by the Parliament.
The government doesn't want to raise rates, as this would jeopardize the objective of the Jacobean routes annually earn 10% of users.
The way will have a small retaining wall made of stone to separate the road and a small stream. It will be fully adapted for pilgrims.
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