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aragonese wayの例文

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  • The Aragonese Way ( ) comes down from the Somport pass in the Pyrenees and makes its way down through the old kingdom of Aragon.
  • This fourth route follows the Aragonese Way and joins the French Way at Puente la Reina, south of Pamplona, in Navarre, about 700 kilometres from Santiago de Compostela.
  • The fourth French route, the via Tolosane, crosses the Pyrenees at a different point ( Somport ), becomes the Aragonese Way when it enters Spain, and joins the Camino frances further to the west.