Pilgrim Centers and Pilgrim routes:

The pilgrimage of the outgoing Middle Ages is difficult to comprehend for postmodern contemporaries. In particular, the financial and temporal expenses do not appear to us to be comprehensible. The sacred Birgitta of Sweden undertook great pilgrimages to Bergen, Santiago de Compostela, Rome and Jerusalem.
The pilgrimage routes, particularly the St. James' Way, are easy to spot for the Scandinavians pilgrimages of great importance. In addition, it is striking that spiritual walks are still of great importance in this region. So it is no surprise to find exemplary pilgrimage centers here. The following list shows some good examples.

The Danish Queen Margaret II. was visiting the Pilgrim Center of Maribo