Via Francigena Way of Rome

‘All roads lead to Rome’ (Omnes viae Romam perducunt)
once upon a time this was not so far from the truth. In the Middle Ages pilgrims converged on the spiritual home of European christianity from all over the continent, upon arrival in Italy following the route that linked Rome with Canterbury – the Via Francigena, which, together with the Camino de Santiago, was the principal spiritual route of the great era of pilgrimage.

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