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Bronze sculpture made by César Lombera (1994) located at the beginning of the Alameda Park. Corelia and Maruja Fandiño, real...
Brañas de Sar is a space covering 33 hectares that forms part of the Sar River basin. The walk goes from the swimming pools and Fontes do...
Visiting the Cathedral Open: Open 365 days a year, from 7 am to 9 pm. Admission: Free, except museum...
Project: Cidade da Cultura de Galicia Architects: Peter Eisenman Date: 1999- Location: Outer Ring  In...
  Until recently, Santiago was divided into two nighttime areas: the old and the new. This differentiation not only referred to location...
Santiago's present-day Food Market was built in 1941. The previous City Market, which was demolished in 1937 to make way for the current...
This monastery is situated in Plaza de la Inmaculada and was founded by a group of Benedictines who, shortly after the discovery of the Apostle's...
San Martiño Pinario was the largest and most influential Benedictine monastery in Galicia, as well as the second largest in all Spain...
Monte Pedroso, in the west, is the city´s most emblematic hill. Protected for years from construction so that no building can ever rival...
The Treasury and Archives of the Jacobean Basilica began with the 'Discovery' of the Apostle's Tomb, in 'Arcis Marmóricis', in the old...