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Webcam located in Hotel Bahia. Shows the commercial port, marina, and downtown.
In the native language of the webcam owner
Cámara web con movemento de 180º situada na azotea do Hotel Bahía de Vigo. Obsérvase a ría, a estación marítima, o peirao de transatlánticos, o porto deportivo, o monte da Guía, a avenida de Montero Ríos e, ao fondo, Moaña.
Vigo is the biggest city in Galicia, Spain, in terms of population, located in the province of Pontevedra. According to the 2007 census, the population of the city of Vigo itself was 294,772; and the population of the entire metropolitan area was estimated to be 420,672. This makes Vigo the 14th-largest metropolitan area of Spain. The city is well known for its fishing industry, shipyards, food, cultural and night life, and football (soccer) team, Celta de Vigo. History: Vigo has a long history. The urban area of Vigo is built over both a hill-fort ("Castro") and a Roman settlement. In fact, it is generally accepted that the name Vigo comes from the Latin word '. During the Middle Ages the small village of Vigo was part of the territory of neighbouring towns, particularly Tui, and suffered several Viking attacks. However, the number of inhabitants was so small that, historically, Vigo is not considered to be a real village until around ... Read more about Vigo on Wikipedia