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Cruz de Ferro

Cruz de Ferro

Cruz de Ferro

Cruz de Ferro

Walk And Swim To The End Of The World  Santiago is the final destination for most walkers on the Camino, but over the centuries many have continued their walk all the way to Cape Fisterra, considered to be the End of the World.  The name of Fisterra, on Galicias Atlantic Coast, comes from Finis Terrae, the Latin name given to this land by the Romans, meaning Lands End. CaminoWays.com walk & swim ... Expand this post »

Walk And Swim To The End Of The World Santiago is the final destination for most walkers on the Camino, but over the centuries many have continued their walk all the way to Cape Fisterra, considered to be the End of the World. The name of Fisterra, on Galicias Atlantic Coast, comes from Finis Terrae, the Latin name given to this land by the Romans, meaning Lands End. CaminoWays.com walk & swim ... Expand this post »

Cruz de Ferro

Cruz de Ferro

Pilgrims leave a rock from their home town on the base of the Cruz de Ferro cross on the Camino de Santiago trail

Pilgrims leave a rock from their home town on the base of the Cruz de Ferro cross on the Camino de Santiago trail

Camino de Santiago

Camino de Santiago

before arriving at the legendary cathedral in Santiago de Compostela.

before arriving at the legendary cathedral in Santiago de Compostela.

May peace prevail

May peace prevail

Sometimes you need to let go of the steering wheel and see where the road takes you.

Sometimes you need to let go of the steering wheel and see where the road takes you.

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