Centred on the ancient parish of St. James in Dublin, travelling pilgrims made the final leg of their journey through the city of Dublin, before embarking on ships to Spain. This route is still in existence today, and fascinating clues in street and place names, together with bigger artefacts are passed without notice by Dubliners as they go about their daily business and by tourists en route to Guinness and Kilmainham. This presentation explains these clues, whilst telling the story of the Camino connections in Dublin.
Catherine Scuffil is Historian in Residence for Dublin City Council (South Central).
Between the Red Lines is an initiative of South Dublin Libraries & Arts.