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Way of Saint James

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Among the many Saint James paths that cross the province of Soria, the most famous one by far was the one that entered from Aragon through Tarazona towards Ágreda following the ancient Roman road that leads to Soria to then continue up to El Burgo de Osma through Calatañazor, and then continuing through San Esteban de Gormaz and Langa de Duero.

 

Another famous path that Aragonese pilgrims took was reaching Soria and then going towards Burgos by continuing on the path to Abejar up to San Leonardo de Yagüe.

 

There are many other paths that enter this province from Zaragoza and Guadalajara, through villages such as Santa María de Huerta or Medinaceli to go towards Almazán, and from there to Berlanga de Duero to finally reach El Burgo de Osma.

 

The Wool Saint James’ Route is one of the oldest trade routes in the entire Iberian Peninsula.

 

This path was the preferred one for pilgrims that came from the east and entered through Retortillo to end up in San Esteban de Gormaz. To this day, you can still see great part of the Roman road that went off into the land of Burgos.

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