Also called Camino del Norte-Interior, the Primitive path was the most important in the early Jacobean worship. But it lost its royal favor for political reasons, linked to the historical process of the Reconquest. The first Camino known, which took Alfonso II from Oviedo to the "Campus Stellae" in the ninth century to visit the newly discovered tomb of St. James.
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It was founded in 761 on a hill at the crossroads linking, from north to south, Leon with Lucus Asturum, and that was heading west towards Galicia. You will find the words "very noble, very loyal, worthy, undefeated, heroic and good” in the shield of the municipality.
Donated to the Oviedo Cathedral by Alfonso II, king of Asturias, in the year 808..
According to legend, it was made by two angels who appeared to the king saying the pilgrims were goldsmiths
Alfonso IX granted Tineo, in the thirteenth century, the title of Puebla. He also decided that the road should pass through Tineo and Obona monastery, warning punishment to all those pilgrims who diverted from this route.
Its shield, represented by the Victoria Cross in gold and precious stones, was granted by King Alfonso XI for their assistance in battle at the Battle of Salado in 1340. It is lost between mountains and constantly monitored by the spectacular and crumbling palace, Cienfuegos..
It is a parish of the Asturian council of Grandas, and a village in the parish. The parish has a population of 32 inhabitants (INE 2009) and is situation over 12.73 km2.
The village of La Mesa, with 18 inhabitants, is situated at an altitude of 860 meters and is 24 km from the city council, Grandas. The parish church is dedicated to St. Mary Magdalene.
You don't want to miss at this stage a visit to the Ethnographic Museum in Grandas. A museum founded by Pepe O Ferreiro, who seeks to be a true reflection of the creative spirit of the stages of life of those who preceded us in time..
The Primitive Way of Santiago enters Galicia through Fonsagrada, whose name means sacred spring, after the river here which was attributed with healing properties. It is the largest municipality in Galicia.
Lugo Cathedral was built between 1129 and 1273. It has the papal privilege of permanent exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, hence the chalice and the inscription that appears in the shield of the city with the legend. “Hic misterivm hoc firmiter prifitemvr fidei " (We believe faithfully in this mystery), referring to the mystery of the Eucharist in Galicia.
Lucus Augusti It was founded in 25 BC by Paulo Fabius Maximus, and soon became a benchmark city, becoming capital of north Gallicia. It is the oldest city in Galicia. Romans, Swabians, Visigoths, Muslims and finally Christians all have left their mark on the city..
More than 2000 years of History guard the walls of Lugo's capital. They rose between 265 and 310 as a defense against barbarian invasions, and have become the hallmark of the city. The length is 2157 meters and a height of between 8 and 12 meters. Includes 82 towers, 86 initials. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 2000.
Located in the Geographic center of Galicia, on the western slope of the Sierra de Careón. In pre-Roman origin, it seems that it was repopulated by order of Archbishop Gelmírez. In Melide link pilgrims who come for the Primitive Way and the French Way.
The oldest cruceiro in Galicia, in the words of Castelao. Made in the fourteenth century, therefore, the Gothic and cruceiro of Home Santo de Compostela has been mounted on a modern support. Like most of the Galician cruceiros, the iconography represented alludes to Christ ..