- Camino(s) past & future
- Camino Frances
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Thank you for researching this.
Yes, that's right. There is an albergue at Ferreira (just before Melide) on the Primitivo called A Nave. The owner told me it used to be a chicken farm and that 'nave' is the name for such an industrial building and for a cattle shed. I recommend A Nave highly, btw.A "nave" is also a big building usually located in an industrial estate used for warehouse or industry.
Thanks I was confused by a ship... nave makes sense.Thank you for researching this.
Early on the page it says, perhaps confusing some "The piece wants to symbolize one of the twelve crosses of the consecration of the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, that could be found in the large church's ships." For ships substitute naves.
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