A Coruña

A Coruña is the second most populous city in , and capital of its own province. It is home to a very busy port as well as the main industrial and administrative centre of the area.
Photo: Pablo Herrero, CC BY 2.0.

Notable Places in the Area

The is the oldest extant lighthouse known. Photo: Alejo2083, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Stadium
Estadio Municipal de Riazor, also known as Abanca-Riazor for sponsorship reasons, is an all-seater stadium in A Coruña, . Photo: Albert galiza, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Theatre
Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Museum
Photo: Álvaro Pérez Vilariño, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Localities in the Area

Suburb
Photo: Zarateman, CC0.

Suburb
Photo: Drow male, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Neighborhood
Photo: el Buho nº30, CC BY-SA 2.0.

A Coruña

Latitude
43.3712° or 43° 22' 16.4" north
Longitude
-8.3959° or 8° 23' 45.2" west
Open Location Code
8CMH9JC3+FJ
Population
248,000
IATA airport code
LCG
United Nations Location Code
ES LCG
Elevation
22 metres (72 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 1235110932
Geo­Names ID
3119841
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: A Coruña
  • Arabic: لا كورونيا
  • Aragonese: A Coruña
  • Armenian: Ա Կորունյա
  • Armenian: Լա Կորունա
  • Armenian: Լա Կորունյա
  • Armenian: ա Կորունյա
  • Asturian; Bable: A Coruña
  • Azerbaijani: La Korunya
  • Basque: Coruña
  • Basque: Coruñako
  • Bavarian: A Coruna
  • Bavarian: A Coruña
  • Bavarian: Coruna
  • Bavarian: Coruña
  • Bavarian: La Coruna
  • Bavarian: La Coruña
  • Bavarian: Maria Pita
  • Bavarian: María Pita
  • Belarusian: A-Карунья
  • Belarusian: А-Карунья
  • Belarusian: Ла-Карунья
  • Belarusian: Ля-Каруньня
  • Bengali: আ কোরুনিয়া
  • Breton: A Coruña
  • Bulgarian: Ла Коруня
  • Burmese: အာကိုရူးညားမြို့
  • Catalan: A Corunya
  • Catalan: Corunya
  • Catalan: La Corunya
  • Catalan: la Corunya
  • Cebuano: A Coruña
  • Central Kurdish: لا کۆرونیا
  • Central Kurdish: لاکۆرونیا
  • Chinese: A Coruña
  • Chinese: 拉科魯尼亞
  • Chinese: 拉科鲁尼亚
  • Chuvash: Ла-Корунья
  • Crimean Turkish; Crimean Tatar: La Korunya
  • Croatian: A Coruña
  • Czech: A Coruña
  • Czech: La Coruña
  • Danish: A Coruña
  • Dimli: A Coruña
  • Dutch: A Coruna
  • Dutch: A Coruña
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: لا كورونيا
  • English: A Corunna
  • English: A Crunha
  • English: Coruna
  • English: Corunha
  • English: Corunium
  • English: Corunna
  • English: Coruña
  • English: Crunia
  • English: La Coruña
  • English: La Crunia
  • English: The Groyne
  • English: da Cruna
  • English: da Crunia
  • Esperanto: Korunjo
  • Estonian: A Coruña
  • Extremaduran: La Coruña
  • Finnish: A Coruña
  • French: La Corogne
  • Gaelic (Scots): Corùna
  • Gallegan: A Coruña
  • Gallegan: A Cruña
  • Georgian: ა-კორუნია
  • Georgian: ლა-კორუნია
  • German: A Coruna
  • German: A Coruña
  • German: Coruna
  • German: Coruña
  • German: La Coruna
  • German: La Coruña
  • German: Maria Pita
  • German: María Pita
  • Greek: Α Κορούνια
  • Greek: Λα Κορούνια
  • Guarani: A Coruña
  • Gujarati: એ કોરુના
  • Hebrew: א קורוניה
  • Hebrew: ה קורוניה
  • Hebrew: לה קורוניה
  • Hindi: ए करुन्य
  • Hungarian: A Coruña
  • Icelandic: A Coruña
  • Ido: A Coruña
  • Indonesian: A Coruña
  • Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): La Coruña
  • Interlingue: A Coruña
  • Irish: A Coruña
  • Italian: A Coruña
  • Italian: La Coruña
  • Japanese: ア・コルーニャ
  • Kannada: ಎ ಕೊರುನಾ
  • Kazakh: Ла-Корунья
  • Kirghiz: Ла-Корeнья шаары
  • Korean: 라코루냐
  • Ladino: La Korunya
  • Latin: Corunium
  • Latvian: Akoruņa
  • Letzeburgesch: A Coruña
  • Letzeburgesch: La Coruna
  • Ligurian: A Coruña
  • Lithuanian: A Korunja
  • Lithuanian: La Korunja
  • Lombard: A Coruña
  • Macedo Romanian: A Coruña
  • Macedonian: А Коруња
  • Macedonian: Ла Коруња
  • Malagasy: A Coruña
  • Malay (generic): A Coruña
  • Maori: A Coruña
  • Marathi: ए कोरुना
  • Min Nan Chinese: A Coruña
  • Norwegian: La Coruña
  • Norwegian Bokmål: La Coruña
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: La Coruña
  • Occitan (post 1500); Provençal: A Coronha
  • Occitan (post 1500); Provençal: La Coronha
  • Ossetian; Ossetic: Ла-Корунья
  • Pampanga: A Coruña
  • Persian: لاکرونیا
  • Polish: A Coruña
  • Portuguese: A Corunha
  • Portuguese: Corunha
  • Romanian: A Coruña
  • Romanian: La Coruña
  • Russian: A-Корунья
  • Russian: Корунья
  • Russian: Ла-Корунья
  • Russian: Ля Корунья
  • Sanskrit: कोरुन्या
  • Sardinian: A Coruña
  • Scots: A Coruña
  • Serbian: Коруња
  • Serbo-Croatian: A Coruña
  • Serbo-Croatian: La Coruña
  • Sinhalese: අ කොරුනා
  • Slovak: A Coruña
  • Slovak: La Coruña
  • Slovenian: A Coruña
  • South Azerbaijani: لاکرونیا
  • Spanish: A Coruña
  • Spanish: Coruña
  • Spanish: La Coruña
  • Swedish: A Coruña
  • Tamil: ஆ கருணா
  • Tatar: Ла-Корунья
  • Telugu: ఎ కోరునా
  • Thai: ลาโกรุญญา
  • Thai: อาโกรุญญา
  • Thai: อาโกรูญา
  • Thai: าโกรุญญา
  • Turkish: A Coruña
  • Ukrainian: A-Корунья
  • Ukrainian: А-Корунья
  • Ukrainian: Ла-Корунья
  • Urdu: آ کورونا
  • Urdu: لا کورونا
  • Uzbek: La-Korunya
  • Uzbek: La-korunya
  • Venetian: La Coruña
  • Vietnamese: A Coruña
  • Waray (Philippines): A Coruña
  • Waray (Philippines): La Coruña
  • Welsh: A Coruña
  • Western Panjabi: اے کرونا
  • Wu Chinese: 拉各鲁尼亚
  • Yue Chinese: 拉科魯尼亞
  • Caronium
  • In Coruña

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