Chiruca is widening its association with the Camino de Santiago,...

Chiruca is widening its association with the Camino de Santiago, the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, by providing disabled people with GPS devices and other tools that will facilitate their participation in the event. This special group of about 50 pilgrims left Roncesvalles on Oct. 4 to reach Santiago by ...

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