Towns: Bulletin Board in Bar, Sahagún, October 2011.
The Fiestas de San Roque were long over when this photo was taken. San Roque (Saint Roch in French and usually in English but sometimes St. Rock). St. Roch was a French saint who may or may not have made the walk to Santiago de Compostela, but depictions of San Roque are often mistaken for Santiago, for the 14th century saint wears a costume similar to that of a medieval peregrino. Usually he is accompanied by a dog, and a trouser leg is rolled up to reveal a wound. San Roque is a very popular saint in much of Latin America, in Italy, France and Spain and among Roman Catholics elsewhere whose origins are in those regions.
Upper photo mine; lower picture from Wikimedia Commons.