Over the course of the last few days we have been thinking about the monuments in northwest Spain known as the cruceiro (see here, here, and here). The one pictured here rises near the lighthouse on Cape Fisterra. It overlooks the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean as well as the zero-marker for those following the Camino to this cape at the “end of the world” (more on this another day).
A Portuguese inscription on the pedestal of this cruceiro reads, “CRUZ DA COSTA DA MORTE 1987.” It is a “Crucifix of the Coast of Death 1987,” a recent addition to the assembly of wayside crosses in the Galician hills.
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