A continuación veremos el paso del Camino Francés por Palencia

We entered the province of Palencia. 

FROMISTA of Fromesta or Frumenta (rich in cereals), was inhabited by the Romans and was very important in time of the Visigoths.
Here Doña Mayor of Navarre founded a monastery Urraca added to Carrion and retaining the church of San Martín, European Romanesque jewel.
Santa María del Castillo is arched, with three naves and Renaissance façade. Fromista had two hospitals of retaining the Palmeros, become Hostería.
A monument reminds San Telmo, patron of sailors and Tui.

Sirga in Castile's driveway.

VILLALCÁZAR DE SIRGA is now a small village with a monumental Gothic church sta. Mary, the s.XIII.
The miracles of the Virgin ran on the route:

Romeus que de santiago
Ya fóron-lle contando
os miragres que a Virgen
Faz en Vila-Sriga.

At the top, on the banks of the river Carrion, CARRIÓN DE LOS CONDES, homeland of Marqués de Santillana, was residence of the Counts of Carrion.
Pilgrims came down the street where it is located Santa Maria del Camino, Romanesque, the twelfth century. The façade, reasons related to the payment of the tribute of a hundred maidens, believed to be made ​​on the site now occupied by the temple.
The Monasterio de San Zoilo has, in the words of Camon Aznar, one of the most beautiful Renaissance cloisters of Spain.
Retains the tombs of the Infantes of Carrion.
Here is venerated head of James the Less, which then was in San Isidoro de León and is now in the Cathedral of Compostela.
The facade of the church of Santiago, the s.XI, with twenty-four figures representing as many trades, and the twelve apostles and Christ Pantocrator, has been compared with the Portico de la Gloria of Master Mateo.