Via Francigena

Rome has long been an important pilgrimage destination. The Via Francigena, documented by the Archbishop of Canterbury around 990 CE, is the pilgrimage route running through England, France, and Italy to Rome.

Only Via Francigena for this list, please; there are other lists for other popular pilgrimage destinations/routes.

Related lists:
Camino de Santiago
Pilgrimage - History and Culture
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