The Way of St. James is made up of a complex network of routes. From the discovery of the remains of the apostle St. James the Greater to the present day, there are numerous options for reaching Santiago de Compostela. No matter the starting point, all along the Iberian Peninsula there is a path that leads to the Cathedral of Santiago and important references to this Jacobean phenomenon in the form of monuments.
One of the most important routes of the Way of St. James in terms of its history, its culture and its itinerary is probably the Way of Navarre. Together with Galicia, it is one of the places in the whole peninsula that has experienced the pilgrimage adventure the most, as it is nothing more and nothing less than the bridge for pilgrims arriving from France and other European countries.
Navarre, apart from being one of the most beautiful territories in our country, is also interesting for its great diversity of monuments to visit. The Church of San Saturnino is one of them, as it is a Romanesque style building and another example of the characteristics of this artistic movement in our country.
The Church of San Saturnino is located in the Old Quarter of the city of Pamplona. It is also popularly known as the Church of San Cernin, and it is nothing more and nothing less than one of the five oldest parishes in the city. The origins of the building date back to the 12th century, but due to different attacks, the church had to be rebuilt during the 13th century, which is why we also discover a Gothic architectural style.
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