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Further information about Lugo

:"For the Italian city, see Lugo, Italy". Lugo is a city in northwestern Spain, in the autonomous community of Galicia. It is the capital of the province of Lugo. The municipality had a population of 92,271 in 2005. History: The city was probably founded by Celts of the Cult of Lugh, The bearer of the Grail, and God of Light, many hundreds of years B.C. and later conquered by Paulus Fabius Maximus and called Lucus Augusti (noted as by Ptolemy, ii. 6. § 24) in 13 BC on the positioning of a Roman military camp, while the Roman Empire completed the conquest, in the North, of the Iberian Peninsula. Situated in what was the Roman province of Hispania Tarraconensis, it was the chief town of the tribe of the Capori. Though small it was the most important Roman town in what became Gallaecia during the Roman period, the seat of a "conventus", one of three in Gallaecia, and later became one of the two capitals of Gallaecia, and gave its name to the "Callaïci Lucenses". It was centrally situated ... Read more about Lugo on Wikipedia

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