The Camino de Santiago

by Michael Murray (Author)
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Pilgrimage, as a global activity linked to the sacred, speaks to the special significance of persons, places and events. This book relates these sentiments to the curatorship of the Camino de Santiago that comprises a lattice of European pilgrimage itineraries converging at Santiago de Compostela in northwest Spain. The detailed analysis focuses on the management of pilgrimage settings as heritage and tourism linked to the shrine of Saint James and gives particular attention to investment guidelines, land use planning regulations, environmental stewardship, information dissemination and museology.

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DRM Protected
Format
EPUB
Publication date
September 15, 2021
Publisher
Page count
246
ISBN
9781800731929
Paper ISBN
9781800731912
File size
3 MB