Novel about the heroic action of the “Tercio de Gallegos de Buenos Aires” to defend the city, in the early 19th century.
Facsimile edition of the newspaper published in Foz in 1906.
Edition in Galician of the book of pilgrims and the Italian traveller of the eighteenth century Nicola Albani.
Book about Santiago of Compostela, published in 1948 and translated into German in 2007.
San Xulián de Samos. Historia e arte nun mosteiro. Opus Monasticorum III ("San Xulián de Samos. History and art in a monastery. Opus Monasticorum III")
The study of Santiago is the central axis of a project that has already consolidated as a documentation reference about Benedictine monasteries during the Modern Age. This third book of Opus Monasticorum focuses on the San Xulián de Samos monastery.
The compilation of articles addresses the history of the monastic centre and its impact on art and culture. The close relation of the monastery to St. James’ Way singles out its history and its evolution during several centuries.
Historical study and documentary appendix about Saint Gonzalo, bishop of Mondoñedo.
Reprinting the last known edition of the Rule of Santiago in the year 1791.
Photography book about the valley of Redondela (Pontevedra).
Book about Redondela, the inlet of San Simón, Verdugo valley and Oitavén valley.
Texts: Ángel Carreira Díaz.
Photography: Adolfo Enríquez.
O Santo Anxo de Penarredonda: trescentos anos de devoción popular (The Santo Anxo of Penarredonda: three centuries of popular devotion)
It was the year of the Lord of 1708 when two presbyters of the parish of San Martiño de Belesar (Vilalba), sir Nicolás Alvariño and sir Fernando Martínez, asked and obtained from the bishop of the diocese the license to build at their own expense a chapel under the title of the Santo Ángel de la Guarda in Penarredonda.
Since then, three centuries have gone by and, year after year, there’s an increasing number of pilgrims who visit the Penarredonda chapel to worship the Santo Ángel de la Guarda.