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Camino Argentino


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This was pretty cool.
I got to take part in the first official Camino Argentino, which happened last Saturday, July 27th.

The Argentinian part of the Camino Argentino starts at the Church of Santiago Apóstol in Buenos Aires and ends at the Church of San Ignacio de Loyola, also in Buenos Aires, covering 25 kms. Then, pilgrims must walk the 75 kms from A Coruña to SdC.

Pics below: The group of pilgrims that took part, the first stamps in our credential, me at the start, the cruceiro in front of the Church of San Ignacio de Loyola & the organiser's flyer.


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