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Wayside cross above Cee

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I've been reviewing some of the 1000 or so photographs I took of my pilgimage last year (ah, the convenience of digital cameras!) and came across one I took of a wayside cross some 100 metres off the route just above Cee. It intruiged me as it was well tended with a paved area around it, implying some local historical significance. I don't have enough spanish to translate the plaque, but saw a reference to 'Armada'. There were views over the Atlantic at this point so the Spanish Armada may have had some connection here. I've posted the photo in the photo album (Santiago to Finisterre page). Does anyone have any information on this?
Many thanks
 
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