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Tannheimer Tal: Jakobsweg, Schwimmen im Trinkwasser und blinde Kuh im Schweinestall

Tannheimer Tal: Jakobsweg, Schwimmen im Trinkwasser und blinde Kuh im Schweinestall

The Camino de Santiago origins take us back to the year 812 in the middle ages with news that the lost tomb of the apostle Saint James (Sant Iago) had been discovered in NW Spain. The news spread and the pilgrims began to arrive, first to a small shrine. Many donations and centuries later, the dramatic Cathedral de Santiago was completed, now the center of the city of Santiago de Compostella. The Camino de Santiago pilgrimage is now listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list.

The Camino de Santiago origins take us back to the year 812 in the middle ages with news that the lost tomb of the apostle Saint James (Sant Iago) had been discovered in NW Spain. The news spread and the pilgrims began to arrive, first to a small shrine. Many donations and centuries later, the dramatic Cathedral de Santiago was completed, now the center of the city of Santiago de Compostella. The Camino de Santiago pilgrimage is now listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list.

Ooops! Almost forgot to do this today! I will walk the Camino!  Hilltop monument to pilgrims of the Camino de Santiago de Compostela

Almost forgot to do this today! I will walk the Camino! Hilltop monument to pilgrims of the Camino de Santiago de Compostela

In Fisterra (gal.) bzw. Finisterre (span.) in Galicien in Spanien an der Atlantikküste endet der Jakobsweg (Camino de Santiago). | © Erhard Stumpe (epmuts) / pixelio.de

In Fisterra (gal.) in Galicien in Spanien an der Atlantikküste endet der Jakobsweg (Camino de Santiago).

Die Kühe werden mit handgeflochtenen Blumenkränzen festlich geschmückt Foto: TVB Tannheimer Tal/ Michael Keller

Die Kühe werden mit handgeflochtenen Blumenkränzen festlich geschmückt Foto: TVB Tannheimer Tal/ Michael Keller

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