Canterbury to Rome
The Via Francigena pilgrimage covers a distance of 1900 km from Canterbury to Rome. You begin at Canterbury Cathedral in England and then walk to Dover. Next you cross the English Channel and arrive in Calais in France. It is about 800 km across France to Orbe just over the Franco-Swiss border. Then you walk across Switzerland for about 230 km and arrive at Grand-St-Bernard Pass on the Swiss Italian border. Finally, you begin a walk of about 800 km to Rome. It is a very exciting moment to receive your pilgrim Testimonium in Rome!
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