Santiago became a destination for pilgrims from the entire Christian world. It was not until the end of the 19th century when interest in Saint James and the Camino experienced some resurgence.
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The Camino de Santiago has been internationally recognised as one of the historical symbols of European unity. More about the history of the Camino de Santiago. The Camino Frances. Along the Camino Frances, you will: Discover beautiful cities and charming medieval towns. A man who appeared to be drinking and who was clapping and cheering "incessantly" during a dark killing scene was removed from a theater in New York's Times Square Friday, and was questioned by security, the Associated Press reported.
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