Alameda de Santiago de Compostela. The park occupies an area of ??80,000 square meters and is the main green of Santiago.
The origin of the Alameda de Santiago goes back to 1546 when the Counts of Altamira gave the land for its construction. Over time, several changes.
Its name of "park" was awarded in 1835. The structure can be seen today dates from the remodeling of 1918.
It's the ride that serves as a union between the University Campus, the historic area and the new area or widening.
La Alameda de Santiago de Compostela. holds the rank of "Historical Park" and has a great artistic value in it are buildings such as the Chapel of Santa Susana, Pilar Church, or "Qiosco of Music". Sculptures like Rosalía de Castro, A Leiteira, Pai Lapido, Castp Méndez Núñez, Las Marias As duas or point "or the Castelao among others.
One of its internal circuits is called "Paseo Ferradura" (by the way horseshoe) and in it there is also a modernist building type.