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Is Compostela too far away? Learn about paths for pilgrims in Brazil

The Road to Santiago de Compostela, a Unesco world heritage site that involves some countries and ends in Spain, is the biggest dream of many pilgrims.

However, if traveling to Europe and following the traditional route is not an option at the moment, it is possible to venture through Brazilian itineraries with similar purposes.

The truth is that even a stretch of the famous Spanish destination is in Brazil: it's only 21 kilometers, in the Santa Catarina capital Florianópolis, connecting the church Nossa Senhora de Guadalupe (Our Lady of Guadalupe), at Canasvieras beach, to the Santuário Sagrado . . .

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