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    • A Coruña en el siglo de Margery Kempe 

      Barral Rivadulla, María Dolores (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España), 2018)
      El siglo XV es el momento más cosmopolita de la villa de A Coruña, puerto de arribada de buques con mercancías y peregrinos. La “Ciudad Alta” necesita una renovación importante y el arrabal de la Pescadería ha superado en ...
    • The challenges of the first european cultural itinerary: the Way to St. James 

      Gusmán Correia, María Inés; Lopez, Lucrezia; Lois González, Rubén Camilo; Santos Solla, Xosé Manuel (Università di Bologna, 2017)
      The pilgrimage route to St James is one of the oldest religious itineraries. The Camino (Way) came into being as a major pilgrim route in the Middle Ages. Although, in later centuries, it saw long periods of neglect, in ...
    • The Game of Skittles on the Northern Route of the Camino de Santiago 

      Rodríguez Fernández, José Eugenio; Lorenzo Moledo, María del Mar; García Álvarez, Jesús; Míguez Salina, Gabriela Dolores (Frontiers, 2020)
      The main purpose of this study was to analyze the presence and current situation of the game of skittles throughout the northern route of the Camino de Santiago. Thus, we considered its current practice, modalities, where ...
    • The Way to the Western European Land’s End. The Case of Finisterre (Galicia, Spain) 

      Lopez, Lucrezia; Pérez Guilarte, Yamilé; Lois González, Rubén Camilo (Italian Journal of Planning Practice, 2017)
      Finisterre, a location at one of the most western European regions: Galicia (Spain) is being repositioned in Europe as a “Land’s End destination”. It is becoming a second possible destination for one of the most relevant ...
    • Who Is Interested in Developing the Way of Saint James? The Pilgrimage from Faith to Tourism 

      Moscarelli, Rossella; Lopez, Lucrezia; Lois González, Rubén Camilo (MDPI, 2020)
      The Way of St. James in Spain is the main European pilgrimage route. Currently, it is a cultural, tourist, monumental, spiritual, and sports route. For this reason, the paper aims to discuss the concept of the “Polysemy ...





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