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This monument could almost be mistaken for Winged Victory (without the wings) or Athena, warrior goddess, but this is a real flesh and bones heroine in the mold of Joan of Arc. The spear and the body at her feet are central to her legendary...More
Maria Pita is a hero to the people of Coruña and rightly she has a monument in her honour, a plaza named after her and a public holiday and festival. The statue stirs up images of her awesome fearless deed fighting the invading British.
This is a very fitting monument in the honour of this courageous woman who showed great leadership when defending this part of Spain against invaders (English, as it happened), several centuries ago.
Occupying a central position in the plaza of the same name, this is...More
This is a beautiful square with old traditional buildings. You can just sit there to rest or you can try the restaurants in the square. I tried Pulpera and Norey, very good restaurants for trying the Coruna cuisine.
The centre of A Corona, all roads lead the way, chill drink coffee have a tapa, chill drink Wine, try the Al Barinho if its white, if its a red, try the Local A Robero, wow I'm masticating thinking about the Food and Drink.