The Camino de Santiago is a network of medieval pilgrimage routes in Europe leading to the cathedral of St. James in Santiago de Compostela, Spain. The most popular route (the Camino Francés) is 500 miles and takes almost five weeks to walk, beginning in St. Jean Pied de Port, France, over the Pyrénées mountains, across the Spanish Meseta, and over the Galician mountains to Santiago. This lecture provides a brief introduction to the history, legends, and religious and cultural significance of the Camino de Santiago as well as the experience of the 400,000 modern day pilgrims (religious and non-religious) from more than 175 countries who walk the Camino each year.
Registration deadline: May 15
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