Presentación del Libro Códice Calixtino El Corte Inglés de Vigo

Cándido Pazos López – A True Renaissance Man In Our Modern Age

A very special event with a truly inspiring man and his latest amazing artistic writing creation. An incredible life journey sharing his passion for the camino, art, architecture, sculpture, writing, and wine. It seems there is nothing that this modern day RENAISSANCE MAN Cándido Pazos López hasn´t done. His life´s work has been one passion project after another that touches all who are blessed to meet him and experience his incredible creations.

His latest masterpiece is the Códice Calixtino en los Caminos a Santiago Second Edition –  Shares the history, culture, and ancient tradition of all the Camino Routes to Santiago de Compostela.  All penned in his own hand you will be amazed and in awe of this beautiful piece of art. A true JEWEL and lasting gift of the CAMINO!

It was a pleasure to be invited to the Presentación del Libro Códice Calixtino El Corte Inglés de Vigo where José Manuel Blanco Aldarix – Dirección De Comunicación y Relaciones Externas El Corte Inglés – Hipercor, S.A. made the formal presentation to the public with Cándido Pazos López the author.

Muchísimas gracias Cándido Pazos López for your generous gift of such a special artistic creation and I will treasure it always as I do our friendship. Bo Camiño!

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Pregoñero de Gastronomia en Samos – Carlos Lema Devesa

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Carlos Lema Devesa, a lawyer for Catedratico de Derecho Mercantil UCM of Madrid, was Pregoñero of Ceremonies for Samos Monasteries Gastronomy Event performing the honors of opening the celebration and welcoming special guests from Madrid, Barcelona and Galicia to participate in festival events and discussions of gastronomy in Spain and the Camino.

Samos Monastery is one of the most famous and significant monasteries in Spanish history and is an important Galician symbol because of the role role the monastery has played in the history and culture of the region. Founded during the Visigothic era, and the Benedictine rule first introduced to the monastery by monks from San Juan de la Peña in Aragon in the 10 century. The monks share the history and traditions of the culture of the region that date back to the beginning of the pilgrimage and continue to inspire the ancient traditions as the popularity of the The Way of St. James grows in interest bringing more and more pilgrims from around the world each year.

It was a wonderful event and we are grateful to Samos Monastery for the opportunity to participate and to all who made the event a success.  Looking forward to sharing in the experience again discovering more of the Gastronomy Treasures of the CAMINO!

 

Photography: German Limeres

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