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Hundred and hundred of pilgrim walk the Camino de Santiago every years. Every pilgrim is different, every Camino is different.
But there is thing that never change along the years. The “peregrinos” carry with them a “Viera shell” to drink water from the fountains that there are in the Way.
There is also more important meaning to know about the pilgrim objects:
– “Cruz de Santiago”- Santiago Cross
-“Credencial del Peregrino”- Pilgrim Passport
-” La Compostelana“- Pilgrim certificate
– “La puerta del Perdon”-
-” Flecha amarilla”- Yellow arrow
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