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Going up to the Cathedral rooftops, at a height of 30 metres above Plaza del Obradoiro, gives you some of the best views of the squares...
Back in the almond-shaped old town, the Mercado de Abastos (food market), especially in the early morning, is alive with activity and provides...
Leaving the old town via Porta Faxeira, one of the old city gates, we come to the Alameda park. This generic name encompasses three different...
The Auditorium of Galicia, designed by the architect Julio Cano Lasso, was opened in 1988. It was built using traditional Galician...
This road was built at the end of the 1950s (when Santiago was starting to become popular as a tourist destination) in order to make it easier...
The Sar neighbourhood is surrounded by the Bosque de Galicia (Forest of Galicia), the new green area of Santiago de Compostela. The Bosque de...
Near the Auditorium is the Media Studies Faculty by the well-known Portuguese architect Álvaro Siza, who also designed the...
An ambitious project was approved in 1929 to create students’ residences and other university facilities, which form the basis of the...
Santiago de Compostela´s Romanesque Cathedral is the fourth building erected on the site of the Apostle James´ mausoleum. The first...
The Socio-Cultural Centre of A Trisca is a must for lovers of quality contemporary architecture. Designed by John Hejduk, one of the...