The Via Francigena Canterbury to Rome - Part 2
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The Via Francigena Canterbury to Rome - Part 2 : The Great St Bernard Pass to Rome

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This comprehensive guidebook covers the second half of the Via Francigena - a 1900km pilgrim route that crosses Europe from Canterbury to Rome. From the halfway point at the Great St Bernard Pass in the Alps, this book splits the second half of the pilgrimage into five sections (with further start points in Vercelli, Passo della Cisa, Lucca and Siena) and concludes by arriving at St Peter's Square in Rome. All five start points are places where pilgrims can easily reach or leave the route by means of public transport, should they wish to tackle the journey in shorter stages. Illustrated with clear, original sketch maps and colour photographs, the step-by-step route description also includes detailed information about historical sites and all facilities available along the way.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 336 pages
  • 116 x 170 x 20mm | 399.99g
  • Cicerone Press
  • Kendal, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 150 colour photos and 30 custom colour maps
  • 1852846070
  • 9781852846077
  • 44,843

About Alison Raju

Alison Raju is a former language teacher and author of three other Cicerone guides to pilgrim routes: 'The Way of St James' in two volumes and The Via Francigena: Canterbury to Rome Part 1.
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Table of contents

Introduction

History
Pilgrims through the centuries
Pilgrim saints
Geography
Route design and terrain
Preparing for your journey
Choosing your companions
Planning your pilgrimage
A challenging pilgrim route
Equipment
Getting there
Accommodation
Planning the day
Other practical information
Using this guide

The Route

1 Great St Bernard Pass to Vercelli
2 Vercelli to the Passo della Cisa
3 Passo della Cisa to Lucca
4 Lucca to Siena
5 Siena to Rome

Appendix A Visiting the Sigeric Churches in Rome
Appendix B Sigeric stages in Italy
Appendix C San Rocco churches and iconography
Appendix D Further reading
Appendix E Italian-English glossary
Appendix F Useful contacts
Appendix G Obtaining the Testimonium
Appendix H Index of maps
Appendix I Index of principal place names
Appendix J Summary of the route
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