Shell motif Camino de Santiago

Camino Francés
from St Jean-Pied-du-Port
to Santiago de Compostela

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Stage 9 - From Nájera to Santo Domingo de la Calzada

Esta página foi gentilmente traduzida por Tiago Penedo


First view of Azofre

A large kitchen in this refugio

A group of pilgrims having a well-earned meal

Bunk beds in the refugio

Side trip to the monasteries south of Azofre

Monastery of Yuso

Not Santiago as you might think but San Millan

Font carved from a single walnut tree

Vestibulary

with chests for each monk's clothes

Ceiling detail

Sundial at Yuso

The ancient library - Yuso is the cradle of both Castilian and Basque languages

One of the books, made of cowhide, open for inspection

Sundial from the courtyard

leaving Yuso

Sundial at Cañas - my favourite monastery and much closer to the Camino

Cloister at Cañas

Retablo of the blessed Virgin

Capitulary

Tomb of abbess

Detail

Detail

St Martin of Tours

Back in Azofre - sundial on church

Waymark outside playground

It is still raining

Wet descent

Yet another type of waymark

Wet camino

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Passing by Ciruvuela

Camino towards Santo Domingo de la Calzada

First refugio run by nuns - Bunks and upstairs sitting area - there was a much bigger one downstairs with a roaring log fire giving us a chance to dry some clothes

Second refugio - kitchen

Entrance with old cart

In the cloisters of the cathedral

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