The Templar route to Santiago


The third most popular pilgrim destination in medieval Europe – the burial place (allegedly) of the apostle Saint James.  Hang on, you say, how did Saint James get to north western Spain.  It’s a long story – OK?  But just to say that many Templars did indeed operate in Christian northern Spain at a time when southern Spain was still in the hands of the muslim caliphate.

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