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Lesser Poland Way

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The symbol of the way surrounded by EU flag stars
The symbol of the way surrounded by EU flag stars

The Lesser Poland Way is one of the Polish routes of the Way of St. James, a medieval pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. It runs from Sandomierz to Kraków through the Lesser Poland Voivodeship and the Świętokrzyskie Voivodship. It is an alternative path of the main Via Regia that in the Middle Ages ran from Estonia through Vilnius, Grodno and Lublin. The Lesser Poland Way was partially reopened on 25 October 2008. The whole route was reopened on 25 October 2009.[1] another feeder route ran from Tarnobrzeg.

The route

The traditional starting point in Sandomierz was the Dominican Church of St. James in Sandomierz, Sanctuary of blessed Sadok and 48 Dominican martyrs. The aim was to pass towns or villages with churches dedicated to the Apostle James, stopping at Kraków, where there is no St. James' church, before joining other international routes.

Places with St. James church

Between Sandomierz and Kraków there are four places with a St. James' church:

Santiago de Compostela

From Kraków it is possible to go Santiago by two initial routes. Either using the Via Regia through Opole and Wrocław onto Germany. The alternative is through Oświęcim, Żory and Racibórz then onto the Czech Republic.

Gallery

References

  1. ^ Wyrwa, Andrzej Marek (2009). Święty Jakub Apostoł. Malakologiczne i historyczne ślady peregrynacji z ziem polskich do Santiago de Compostela,. Lednica – Poznań: Muzeum Pierwszych Piastów na Lednicy. pp. passim. (in Polish)

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This page was last edited on 10 January 2021, at 04:50
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