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  • History of the Aragonese Way

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    The Aragonese Way (Spanish: Camino Aragones) is a route of the Way of St. James beginning at the French-Spanish border at the pass of Somport and joining the French Way (or Camino Francés) at Puente la Reina in Navarre. The Arles Way from France connects to it at Somport.

    The route encompasses approximately 170 km (100 miles) and travels through a variety of landscapes, from mountain ranges to river valleys. For the most part the route follows the River Aragon.

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