The Via Francigena (or Via Romea) is an ancient pilgrims’ route that goes from Canterbury to Rome. This, at least, is the official and traditional concept of the path. But actually, apart from visiting the city of the martyrdom of St. Peter and St. Paul, during...
The Via Francigena (or Via Romea) is an ancient pilgrims’ route that goes from Canterbury to Rome. The route was particularly important during medieval times for those wishing to visit the Holy See. Documented for the first time in 990 by Sigeric, Archbishop of...
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