Pilgrimsvandra - Nadja Blomstrand

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Nadja Blomstrand has already done 244.8 km

Currently at Calle Mayor, 3, 09257 Villafranca Montes de Oca, Burgos, Spain
Latest activity on the course at 21:07, Thursday, 16 July.
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Days until challenge ends 23.
Keep up the good work. You are 546 km from reaching Santiago de Compostela.
Percent done: 30%. Currently you average 3.5 km/day. At this pace you'll be done in 156 days on Monday, 11 January.
You need to average 23.7 km/day to reach goal before Monday, 31 August.

Kiki Henrysdotter is 2 km behind. Magnus Nilsson is 2.2 km ahead.

Current weather

Overcast clouds and 21°C
Wind 7.2 m/s from NE

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Espinosa del Camino

Espinosa del Camino is a municipality located in the province of Burgos, Castile and León, Spain. According to the 2004 census (INE), the municipality has a population of 36 inhabitants.

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Villafranca Montes de Oca

Villafranca Montes de Oca is a municipality, former medieval bishopric and present Latin titular see located in the province of Burgos, Castile and León, northern Spain. According to the 2005 census (INE), the municipality has a population of 164 inhabitants. == Ecclesiastical history == , with incumbents It was originally known as Oca (Latin: Auca) and was the seat of a (Latin Catholic) bishopric, precursor of the present the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Burgos, established no later than 589, when its bishop Asterio attended the Third Council of Toledo, but vaguer notations may trace it back as early as the 3rd century AD. Monastic life flourished there during the Visigothic Catholic Kingdom of Toledo (6th-8th century). However, in the 8th century, Arab Muslim invaders destroyed Oca, rendering its bishops errant, quoted by sources at Amaya, Valpuesta, Muñó, Sasamón, Oña, Gamonal, only to have their 'see' formally suppressed to restore definitively the Diocese of Burgos in 1075, confirmed by Pope Urban II en 1095.The diocese was nominally restored in 1969 as a titular bishopric of Auca (Curiate Latin and Italian), Latin (adjective dioecesis) Aucen(sis). == Notable locals == Juan Mata, football (soccer) player (1988-) == See also == List of Catholic dioceses in Spain, Andorra, Ceuta and Gibraltar == References == == Sources and external links == Website of the (successor) archdiocese of Burgos (in Spanish) GCatholic - titular see of Auco (Oca), with Google satellite photo "Auca".

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Valle de Oca

Valle de Oca is a municipality located in the province of Burgos, Castile and León, Spain. According to the 2004 census (INE), the municipality has a population of 226 inhabitants.

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Villambistia

Villambistia is a municipality located in the province of Burgos, Castile and León, Spain. According to the 2004 census (INE), the municipality has a population of 65 inhabitants.

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Roman Catholic Diocese of Oca

Oca (Latin Auca) is a former bishopric in the province of Burgos, Castile and León region (northern Spain), the predecessor of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Burgos, and presently a Latin titular see of the Catholic Church. Its Latin adjective is Aucen(sis). == Visigothic see == It was established at Oca, what is now Villafranca Montes de Oca, no later than 589, when its bishop Asterius attended the Third Council of Toledo, but vaguer notices may trace it back as early as the 3rd century. Monastic life flourished there during the Visigothic Kingdom of Toledo (6th–8th century). However, in the 8th century, Arab Muslim invaders destroyed Oca, rendering its bishops errant, quoted by sources at Amaya, Valpuesta, Muñó, Sasamón, Oña, Gamonal, only to have their 'see' formally suppressed to restore definitively the Diocese of Burgos in 1075, confirmed by Pope Urban II in 1095.

Read more at: Roman Catholic Diocese of Oca