Castro de Santa Trega is a Celtic settlement dating back at least 2000 years on the southernmost coast of Galicia, Spain. It was discovered in 1913 and it is believed that around 3000 people inhabited the place on its heydays. As you may know, the Celtic people lived in the fog, so the weather is the logical complement to this place.
March 25th, 2021
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