Courtesy of the New Liturgical Movement: 2010 is a Jacobean Holy Year (Año Santo Jacobeo) in Santiago de Compostela (the Holy Year is celebrated every year in which the Feast of St. James the Greater – 25 July – falls on a Sunday; thus the frequency is every 6-5-6-11 years). On the 1st of January, the Archbishop of Santiago, H.E. Msgr. Julián Barrio Barrio, inaugurated the Holy Year by opening the Holy Door. This ceremony still invloves the breaking down of the walling blocking the Holy Door by a silver hammer which was unfortunately discontinued at the last Roman Jubilee of 2000 (the booklet of the ceremony is available online, you will be pleasantly surprised to note the inclusion of several pieces of Gregorian chant and polyphony). Here are some images of the ceremony.
The vesting (note the fine antique vestments worn by the Archbishop, the chapter, and the deacons throughout):