Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, Spain (UNESCO WHS)
Santiago de Compostela (also Saint James of Compostela) is the capital of the autonomous community of Galicia and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located in the north west of Spain in the Province of A Coruña, it was a "European City of Culture" for the year 1998. The city's Cathedral is the destination today, as it has been throughout history, of the important 9th century medieval pilgrimage route, the Way of St. James. The Archdiocese of Santiago de Compostela hosted one of the Catholic World Youth Day gatherings.
Folk etymology for the name "Compostela" is that it comes from the Latin "Campus Stellae" (i.e., Field of Stars), but it is unlikely such a phonetic evolution takes account of normal evolution from Latin to Galician-Portuguese. A more probable etymology relates the word with Latin "compositum", and local Vulgar Latin "Composita Tella", meaning "burial ground" as a euphemism. Many other places through Galicia share this toponym (with identical sense) and there even exists a "Compostilla" in the León province.
孔波斯特拉的聖地牙哥（Santiago de Compostela，中国大陆的译名为圣地亚哥-德孔波斯特拉），西班牙加利西亞自治區的首府。相傳耶穌十二門徒之一的雅各安葬於此。是天主教朝聖勝地之一。
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