Do not visit Galicia without visiting Corunna

It was once said that they visited Galicia and visited Santiago de Compostela who did not even think they would leave without Corunna.

The crown, when it does not rain, seems to be one of the super cities in life where everyone seems to enjoy being outdoors and enjoying the excellent surroundings to find themselves.

Corunna is one of those cities that have been blessed with a small amount of everything. There is a really nice harbor, good seaside seafood, good nightlife, some wonderful architecture, great places to get away from it and if you like sports a football team that in the past 10-12 years that brutally dull came out of nowhere, that Europe is a storm. The latter fact gave Corona citizens and neighborhoods and increased the shot in the arm and gave great confidence to every turn. .

The activity of Deportivo La Coruna seems to shake La Liga's established hierarchy and have actually received the Real Madrid and Barcelona twin caps in the last 10-12 years.

However, Corunna is far more than just a nice nightlife, good food and a half-decent football team. It is one of Spain's most desirable cities, but it can also be a working port and trading center for the other regions of Galicia.

Corunna is one of Spain's most important strategic places or it must be one of the most romantic episodes of the Peninsula war between 1880 and 1812 when Napoleon forces forced a much smaller British force than Sir John Moore to retreat along the northern shore , and finally to stand in Corunna.

During a fatal battle in Corunna on January 16, 1809, the British commander, Sir John Moore, was threatened with wounds and died of recent acts by the British Army before he fled to England via the sea (despite the fact that fact that the Battle of Corunna was in fact defeated by the British) was to actually bury their fallen commander on the Corunna mansions.

Sir John Moore's grave lies in the center of Jardines San Carlos, in a very romantic and beautiful garden, Corunna's Old Fort.

Corunna sees many appeals and loads. You should not miss it.

Source by Stephen Morgan

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