María Pita Square

The square where the Town Hall is situated owes its name to a local heroine, Maria Píta, who saved the city in 1589, sounding the alarm when the English, led by Francis Drake, scaled the walls. Enclosed on three sides by buildings with glass-covered galleries and arcades typical of Corunna, the María Pita Square is closed to traffic and has many terraces.

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Santiago church
Santiago church
Santiago church mixes Roman and Gothic
15 minutes
Santa María del Campo Collegiate
Santa María del Campo Collegiate
Despite its Gothic rose window and its
15 minutes
Plazuela de Santa Bárbara
Plazuela de Santa Bárbara
La plazuela Santa Bárbara is a haven of
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