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The Camino de Santiago (“the Way of St. James”) is an ancient pilgrimage trail that has existed for over 1000 years. Comprised of nine different routes across parts of Europe (primarily through Spain), the final destination is the tomb of St. James which was discovered in the early 9th century. The route has long been an important pilgrimage for Christians, and was one of the most important pilgrimages during the Middle Ages. Today, thousands of solo and group travelers walk or cycle the Camino trail each year (often as a religious or cultural experience). There are several different routes extending from Europe and even Northern Africa, but only the most popular routes (Camino Francés and the Routes of Northern Spain) are listed in the World Heritage List by UNESCO.


The Camino de Santiago (“the Way of St. James”) is an ancient pilgrimage trail that has existed for over 1000 years. Comprised of nine different routes across parts of Europe (primarily through Spain), the final destination is the tomb of St. James which was discovered in the early 9th century. The route has long been an important pilgrimage for Christians, and was one of the most important pilgrimages during the Middle Ages. Today, thousands of solo and group travelers walk or cycle the Camino trail each year (often as a religious or cultural experience). There are several different routes extending from Europe and even Northern Africa, but only the most popular routes (Camino Francés and the Routes of Northern Spain) are listed in the World Heritage List by UNESCO.

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#1. What is the name of Spain's famous pilgrimage trail?

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