Avenida de la Marina

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Avenida de la Marina starts at Paseo de la Dársena and runs to the harmoniously designed Méndez Núñez Gardens, where a pleasant atmosphere reigns. It is particularly famous for its complex of buildings with high glass-paned galleries, which, on account of their beauty and size, are one of a kind. The area is also the reason for the city's nickname, "glass city".

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María Pita Square
María Pita Square
The square where the Town Hall is
15 minutes
Santiago church
Santiago church
Santiago church mixes Roman and Gothic
15 minutes
Santa María del Campo Collegiate
Santa María del Campo Collegiate
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