Where is A Coruna Located?
The city of La Coruña belongs to the province of La Coruña in the autonomous region of Galicia and is located in the north-eastern corner of Spain, directly by the sea.
What Country is A Coruna in?
In La Coruña, Galicia’s largest city, there are around 244,000 people living on an area of 36.8 km2. The population density is thus 6624 inhabitants per km2. By comparison, the population density of the densely populated city of Germany, namely Munich, is 4149 inhabitants per km2.
La Coruña became a port city among the Phoenicians, Celts and Romans, and it has remained to this day. Due to the situation at sea, the fishing industry is of course an important source of income. In recent years, however, a number of projects have also been carried out to promote the expansion of the infrastructure. Cultural, sports and other leisure activities have been improved and expanded and have led to growth in the tourism sector. It was also possible to locate more companies in La Coruña and thus stimulate the economy.
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