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Route as set in the Bien de Interés Cultural 2001 declaration.
The Way of St. James Camino de Santiago, the first European Cultural Route and Heritage, is one of the tourist routes most used by travelers for history, art and culture of La Rioja. From the ninth century in the Apostle's tomb was discovered in Compostela, the Way has served as a means of communication of new ideas, techniques, cultures and ways of life across regions and towns it passes through. In Logroño converge the French Way, which comes from the Pyrenees in Navarre and Aragon, and the Pilgrimage Route of the Ebro, from the Mediterranean used the Roman road between Tarragona and Astorga, through the Roman cities that were riojanas: Alfaro and Calahorra Varea.