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The name of this small Hamlet on the pilgrimage route comes from the large number of birch trees that greet the pilgrims on their descent to Triacastela, a town that can already be seen from this enclave.

Fotografía de Alberto López

Fotografía de Alberto López

 Here pilgrims will find two rural houses and a picnic area with six tables where they can eat outdoors. In the small chapel of San Pedro, through which the ancient Way passes, pilgrims can also seal the credential.


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