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Way of St. James: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: Legend holds that St. James's remains were carried by boat from Jerusalem to northern Spain where he was buried on the site of what is now the city of ________.
A CoruñaSantiago de CompostelaPadrónSalamanca

Question 2: It was one of the most important ________ pilgrimages during medieval times, and a pilgrimage route on which a plenary indulgence could be earned;[1] other major pilgrimage routes include the Via Francigena to Rome and the pilgrimage to Jerusalem.
ChristianCatholic ChurchChristianityJesus

Question 3:
What region does Way of St. James belong to?

Question 4: However, many pilgrims begin further afield, in one of the four French towns which are common and traditional starting points: Le Puy, Vézelay, ________ and Tours.
Salon-de-ProvenceAix-en-ProvenceArlesMarseille

Question 5: Pilgrims coming from Northern and Eastern Europe historically passed through ________.
SwitzerlandArmeniaDenmarkLithuania

Question 6:
What type is thing is Way of St. James?
NICTD station
Cultural
Military
plant

Question 7: The pilgrims were tended by people like ________ who was later recognized as a saint himself.
La Rioja (Spain)CalahorraDominic de la CalzadaSan Millán de la Cogolla

Question 8: In Spain and southern France, pilgrim's ________ with beds in dormitories dot the common routes, providing overnight accommodation for pilgrims who hold a credencial (see below).
World Tourism rankingsHotelHostelTourism

Question 9: The route was declared the first European Cultural Route by the ________ in October 1987; it was also named one of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites.
Council of EuropeEuropean UnionFederal EuropeEuropean integration

Question 10: Called the ViaJacobi, it begins at the Lake of Constance and ends in ________ at the French border.
ZürichLausanneGenevaBasel
















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