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to go to Saint Thomas Becket at Canterbury Catherdral
The Canterbury Pilgrims was created in 1917.
All of the characters mentioned in the Canterbury Tales are considered Pilgrims.
24 of Geoffrey Chaucer's pilgrims went to Canterbury
The Pilgrims are traveling to the Shrine of Saint Thomas in Canterbury.
There is a large shrine to Thomas a Becket at Canterbury - one of the most important British saints.
The Pilgrims are going to visit the Shrine of Saint Thomas in Canterbury.
In The Canterbury Tales, the pilgrims were coming from London, England and traveling to Canterbury, England to visit the shrine of Thomas a Becket.
people go on pilgrims so that their sins would be forgiven. if you want to read a poem about pilgrims then I suggest The Canterbury Tales!
You may need to read the book again. There are no pilgrims in the Canterbury Tales. Canterbury Tales was written in the 14th century by Geoffrey Chaucer.
a dinner paid by the other pilgrims.
Pilgrims traveled to Canterbury as a religious journey. Canterbury was an important religious site in England for many centuries. It is one of the themes of the writings of Geoffrey Chaucer.
southwark i believe.
The Canterbury tales were written in the end of the 14th century by Geoffrey Chaucer. The Canterbury tales is a story about the travels of a group of pilgrims.
There were 29 pilgrims and 30 if you include Chaucer, the reporter/ Narrator.
The shrine of Thomas a Becket