Asturias has the distinction of being one of the most beautiful autonomous communities in the north of the peninsula. Within the region there is a great importance in relation to the Camino de Santiago, since from the Cathedral of Oviedo starts the first stage of the Primitive Way. This is the Jacobean route that drove the pilgrimage to the Galician capital, and along the way are stops of great interest as Grandas de Salime.
Grandas de Salime is located in the Principality of Asturias, bordering the province of Lugo. The council is popularly known for building the last stretch of the Primitive Pilgrimage Route before entering the magical Galicia. Its origins date back to prehistory and Romanization, so it is a place where you can enjoy many historical attractions such as the Church of the Savior.
The Church of El Salvador, also known as the Collegiate Church of El Salvador de Grandas, is an outstanding building that was built along the Primitive Way of St. James. The construction is documented in the year 1186, and although over the centuries it has undergone several modifications, the church continues to maintain some relevant artistic features such as its Romanesque doorway and four semicircular archivolts.
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