The old Celtic magical path, going to periphery of the world, for above a thousand years gathered pilgrims from whole Europe. Primarily, the aim was Finister Peninsula, the most westward point of the continent. In the Middle Ages the purpose changed and the number of people on the path increased, the cult of Saint Jacob attracted pilgrims from all over Europe to undertake a few month's or even a few years' expeditions. Roads beginning in Germany, France, Italy and even in British Isles, for a few hundreds years represented communication core of Europe, the place of information exchange and deep reflection on life. With the passing of time the aim of journeys of Europeans have become Mediterranean beaches rather and exchange of information has been simplified by telephones, radio and television. In last years Jacob's Path revives - is it passing trend, or the eternal human need to experience metaphysics of life?
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