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Web camera fixed in one of the tallest buildings in the City from sonde is Orzán edu surrounded by the promenade. In the top image shows the Museum of Mankind and the distance you can see the entrance to the Ria of A Coruña, Ares in the background.
In the native language of the webcam owner
Cámara web fixa situada nun dos edificios máis altos da cidade desde onde se albisca a enseada do Orzán rodeada polo paseo marítimo. Na parte superior da imaxe obsérvase a Casa do Home e ao lonxe pódese ver a entrada da ría da Coruña, con Ares ao fondo.
A Coruña (Spanish: La Coruña; Galician: A Coruña; also Corunna in English, and archaically The Groyne) is the second largest city in Galicia in northwestern Spain, second only in size to the port of Vigo in the Pontevedra Province. The city is also the capital of A Coruña Province. The name A Coruña is said to be derived from the ancient "columna", or Tower of Hercules, which still exists, having been converted into a light-house in 1791. A Coruña is a busy port located on a promontory in the entrance of an estuary in a large gulf (the "Portus Magnus Artabrorum" of the classical geographers) on the Atlantic Ocean. It provides a distribution point for agricultural goods from the region. Although much of the heavy industry is based on the shipyards and metalworks of the neighbouring city of Ferrol, there is an oil refinery in A Coruña itself. Geography: A Coruña is located on a peninsula and its isthmus was at times formed only by a small strip of sand. Erosion and sea currents caused a ... Read more about Corunna on Wikipedia