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At the beginning of the street called Rúa do Vilar and to our left, we’ll see the Casa del Dean. This 18th-century house-palace was...
This square was the old point of sale for cattle and a water supply. Its stately houses with wrought-iron balconies still feature, in their coats...
The University of Santiago de Compostela celebrated its fifth centennial at the end of the last century. That is the age of its oldest precursor,...
In any city, the marketplace is an example of its residents’ daily life. Here in Santiago, there are three different reasons for visiting...
Time has brought together in a single place Galicia’s cultural past and present. To our right, the old Dominican convent of Santo Domingo...
This park was the old cemetery and garden of the Dominican convent of Bonaval. It was restored as an urban park in a project directed by the...
At the end of the traditional street called Rúa de San Pedro, very close to the convent of Bonaval, we cross the area that was occupied by...
Plaza de Cervantes was probably the first of many open spaces that started to be used as a meeting point for citizens. In the 12th century, this...
The Madrid writer Alejandro Pérez Lugín moved to Santiago in 1886 to study law. After working as a journalist for several...
Due to the discovery of the Apostle’s mortal remains, many religious orders were established in the city and still exist today. Little by...