This city only occupies a part of the rocky peninsula at A Coruña, embraced by the Atlantic Ocean. Like with all cities, it is essential to visit the “Old City” It preserves the most noble residences and large houses of the aristocratic families that provide it with an air of distinction that makes its current inhabitants, proud, powerful executives and those linked to the world of politics and fashion. A journey through its streets allows us to re-live the different stages of its history and places us in the varied rhythms of the heartbeat of a medieval and baroque city. Mayor Fernández de la Cámara y Pita (the main square of A Coruña) better known as María Pita square, is an undisputable significant character in the history of A Coruña.
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