José Antonio and María are mother and son. These two pilgrims have done the Way twice together and now they are going for their third experience.
The Baroque is an artistic movement that emerged in Europe in the 17th century and developed until the 18th century. The painting of this period, like sculpture, is characterised by realism in its representations. In addition, bright colours and the contrast of light and shade predominate.
The term Baroque is used to refer to the artistic and cultural movement that was born in Europe in the 17th century and developed until the middle of the 18th century. At this time, Spain was in economic decline, and a feeling of pessimism and disillusionment
Renaissance sculpture in Spain was marked by an exclusively religious theme. Following the Gothic tradition, it had a didactic function. Although the Renaissance moved away from theocentrism to place man at the centre of the universe, Spanish Renaissance sculpture continued to have a religious character.
The Renaissance is an artistic movement that emerged in Italy in the 15th century. It was inspired by classical antiquity and the Greco-Latin tradition. It spread throughout Europe and reached Spain thanks to the relations that the Way of Saint James promoted.
Bego and her little dog Goldin have walked the English Way from A Coruña to Santiago de Compostela. They have enjoyed it, but it has not been easy.
For many centuries pilgrims set out on the Way of Saint James in search of meaning in their lives. An answer to the questions that everyone asks themselves at some point in their lives: What is the deepest meaning of my existence? What or who can
Since the eleventh century, thousands of pilgrims have embarked on a spiritual journey that takes them to the tomb of the apostle St. James in the Galician city of Santiago de Compostela. A journey that allows for self-discovery and to know the meaning of life.