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This town was built by the romans, crossed by the river Mino, the Aquae Aurente, city of gold and of water, was the origin of the current capital of the province.

Puente del Milenio y puente Romano. Fotografía: Pili Prol

Puente del Milenio y puente Romano. Fotografía: Pili Prol

Ourense a crossroads of Caminos and a location blessed by its hot water springs (As Burgas are its medicinal mineral springs), was and still is terrain passed by pilgrims. With a population of around 107,000 inhabitants, it is the most populated town of interior Galicia, the third most inhabited after Vigo and A Coruña.


The Normans and Muslims invaded Ourense.


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