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last game) Fresh important missings Head to head 25% 75% HT Shots Shots (on goal) Danger attack Corners LineupChanges 08/03/22 0-0 4 - 5 2- 4 32 - 38 2 - 3 0 (54%) 11 (67%) 2. 9 3. 4 2. 1 03/06/21 1-2 18 - 6 11- 2 68 - 36 11 - 4 1 (76%) 5 (61%) 2. 38 3 2. 88 12/06/20 0-3 9 - 18 2- 9 45 - 53 3 - 6 0 (43%) 0 (75%) - 07/24/19 0-4 4 - 15 2- 10 24 - 60 0 (0%) 11 (0%) Team form 1. 67 1. 33 (+-20%) total 1. 33 (+303%) total 0. 33 Compostela Last 6 Matches All League Cups 3. 9 Marino de Luanco 03:00 10. 8 20:30 Deportivo La Coruña 5.




8 Lugo 19:00 29. 7 0 - 0 Villalbés 10 - 11 4 - 3 38 - 41 6 - 2 0 (59%) 11 (64%) 1. 5 3. 6 6 26. 7 Atlético Arteixo 0 - 1 8 - 13 2 - 7 28 - 40 5 - 6 0 (73%) 11 (59%) 4. 33 1. 36 27. 5 Tarazona 2 - 0 105 - 108 2 - 4 1 (61%) 2. 05 3. 2 3. 25 21. 5 3 - 2 1-0 38 - 39 3 - 5 3 (61%) 6 (35%) 2. 8 3. 75 14. 5 1 - 1 2 - 2 46 - 41 3 - 3 3 (60%) 1 (52%) 1. 65 5. 25 7. 5 Racing Santander II 2 - 1 10 - 10 41 - 51 7 - 2 1 (60%) 4 (53%) 2. 63 see more Celta de Vigo II Last 6 Matches 27. 8 Ponferradina 13:00 Arenteiro 10.


Then the disciples marched to collect the oxen, which were actually wild bulls which the queen used to punish her enemies; but again, at the sight of the Christian's cross, the bulls calmed down, and after being subjected to a yoke they carried the apostle's body to the place where now Compostela is. The legend was again referred with minor changes by the Czech traveller Jaroslav Lev of Rožmitál, in the 15th century.


1) 5. 0(41. 0) Record low °C (°F) −7. 0(19. 4) −9. 0(15. 8) −5. 6(21. 9) −3. 0(26. 6) −2. 0(28. 4) 3. 4(38. 1) 1. 0(33. 8) 3. 0(37. 4) −1. 6(29. 1) −3. 2(26. 2) −6. 5(20. 3) Average rainfall mm (inches) 210(8. 3) 167(6. 6) 146(5. 7) 135(5. 3) 72(2. 8) 43(1. 7) 57(2. 2) 107(4. 2) 226(8. 9) 217(8. 5) 261(10. 3) 1, 787(70. 4) Average precipitation days (≥ 1 mm) 15. 2 12. 6 12.


The airport is located in the parish of Lavacolla, 12 km from the city center and handled 2, 903, 427 passengers in 2019. Railway[edit] Santiago de Compostela railway station is linked to the Spanish High Speed Railway Network. Madrid is reached in 3 hours. Porto can also be reached in less than 5 hours changing to the Celta train in Vigo. [35] On 24 July 2013 there was a serious rail accident near the city in which 79 people died and at least 130 were injured when a train derailed on a bend as it approached Compostela station. [36] Sports teams[edit] SD Compostela (football) - 4 seasons in La Liga Obradoiro CAB (basketball) - 11 seasons in Liga ACB Santiago Futsal (futsal) - 15 seasons in LNFS Santiago Black Ravens (American football) - 2 seasons in LNFA and 2 seasons in LPFA Arteal Tenis de Mesa (table tennis) - 12 seasons in SDTM Escudería Compostela (motorsport) - Rally Botafumeiro organizer Santiago Rugby Club (rugby union) Estrela Vermelha FG (Gaelic football) Notable people[edit] Rosalía de Castro Carmen Babiano Ana Romero Masiá 2012 Bernal de Bonaval, 13th-century troubadour in the Kingdom of Galicia who wrote in the Galician-Portuguese language Sancho de Andrade de Figueroa (1632–1702), Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Quito (1688–1702) and Bishop of Ayacucho o Huamanga (1679–1688) Juan Antonio García de Bouzas (c.


65 16. 31 5 Galician Nationalist Bloc-Open Assemblies (BNG) 3, 277 6. 1680–1755), Baroque painter, his principal works are in the churches at Santiago Eugenio Montero Ríos (1832–1914), politician, served briefly as Prime Minister of Spain in 1905 Rosalía de Castro (1837–1885), romanticist writer and poet[37] Antonio Machado Álvarez (1848–1893) known as Demófilo, writer, anthropologist and Spanish folklorist Narcisa Pérez Reoyo (1849-1876), writer Modesto Brocos (1852–1936), Brazilian painter, designer and engraver Carmen Babiano Méndez-Núñez (1852–1914), painter and a pioneer in feminine art Manuel Maria Puga y Parga aka "Picadillo" (1874–1918), culinary writer and gastronome, popularized traditional Galician cooking José Robles (1897–1937), academic, left-wing activist, born to an aristocratic family, went into exile in the USA Juan Sáenz-Díez García (1904–1990), entrepreneur and Carlist politician Xerardo Fernández Albor (1917–2018), physician and politician, president of Galicia from 1981 to 1987 Isaac Díaz Pardo (1920–2012), intellectual, painter, ceramist, and businessman Xohana Torres (1931–2017), writer, poet, playwright, and member of the Royal Galician Academy Adela Akers (born 1933), textile and fiber artist, raised in Peru and Cuba, now lives in Guerneville, California Xosé Manuel Beiras (born 1936), politician, economist, writer and intellectual Roberto Vidal Bolaño (1950–2002), playwright and actor, celebrated by Galician Literature Day in 2013 Ana Romero Masiá (born 1952), historian, archaeologist and academic Mariano Rajoy (born 1955), politician, Prime Minister of Spain from 2011 to 2018 Suso de Toro (born 1956), writer of more than twenty novels and plays in Galician Carlos Ferrás Sexto (born 1965), geographer and academic Octavio Vázquez (born 1972), composer of classical music Yolanda Castaño (born 1977), painter, literary critic and poet Roi Méndez (born 1993), singer and guitarist[38] Sport[edit] Vero Boquete, 2013 Andrés Domínguez Candal (1918–1978) aka Pierita, footballer José Luis Veloso (1937–2019), footballer, 278 pro appearances Tomás Reñones (born 1960) known as Tomás, footballer, nearly 500 pro appearances Moncho Fernández (born 1969), basketball manager and coach Emilio José Viqueira (born 1974), footballer who made 454 pro appearances Manuel Castiñeiras (born 1979), footballer, over 300 pro appearances Rubén González Rocha (born 1982), known as Rubén, football central defender Borja Golan (born 1983), professional squash player who represents Spain Iván Carril (born 1985), footballer Verónica Boquete (born 1987), footballer José Ángel Antelo (born 1987), basketball player Alberto Manuel Domínguez Rivas (born 1988) known as Alberto, football goalkeeper Borja Iglesias (born 1993), footballer for Real Betis International relations[edit] Twin towns/Sister cities[edit] Santiago de Compostela is twinned with: São Paulo, Brazil[39][40] Santiago de Cali, Colombia Coimbra, Portugal, since 1994 Santiago do Cacém, Portugal, since the 1980s Mashhad, Iran Buenos Aires, Argentina, since the 1980s Qom, Iran See also[edit] Auditorio Monte do Gozo Música en Compostela Order of Santiago Santiago de Compostela derailment As Orfas Klaus Schäfer, Various routes to Santiago de Compostela Coat of arms of Santiago de Compostela Notes[edit] References[edit] ^ Municipal Register of Spain 2018.


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[[LIVE STREAM]] Today: Compostela VS Celta Vigo live streamUnder the rule of this prelate, the townspeople rebelled, headed by the local council, beginning a secular tradition of confrontation by the people of the city—who fought for self-government—against the local bishop, the secular and jurisdictional lord of the city and of its fief, the semi-independent Terra de Santiago ("land of Saint James"). The culminating moment in this confrontation was reached in the 14th century, when the new prelate, the Frenchman Bérenger de Landore, treacherously executed the counselors of the city in his castle of A Rocha Forte ("the strong rock, castle"), after inviting them for talks. Compostela x Celta Vigo 08/08/2023 Friendlies ClubsMain sights[edit] Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela University of Santiago de Compostela Pazo de Raxoi – city hall and office of the President of the Xunta of Galicia 12th century Colexiata de Santa María do Sar 16th century Baroque Abbey of San Martín Pinario 17th century Convent and Church of San Francisco Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea (Galician Center for Contemporary Art), designed by Alvaro Siza Vieira City of Culture of Galicia, designed by Peter Eisenman Muralla de Santiago de Compostela Parque da Alameda (Alameda Park) Parque de Carlomagno (Carlomagno Park) Parque de San Domingos de Bonaval, redesigned by Eduardo Chillida and Alvaro Siza Vieira Transport[edit] Santiago de Compostela railway station Santiago de Compostela is served by Santiago de Compostela Airport and a Renfe rail service.


[33] The relics were said to have been later rediscovered in the 9th century by a hermit named Pelagius, who after observing strange lights in a local forest went for help after the local bishop, Theodemar of Iria, in the west of Galicia. The legend affirms that Theodemar was then guided to the spot by a star, drawing upon a familiar myth-element, hence "Compostela" was given an etymology as a corruption of Campus Stellae, "Field of Stars.


Following the 26 May 2019 municipal elections the mayor of Santiago is Goretti Sanmartín, of BNG. 2015 city council elections results[edit] Party Vote Seats Votes% ±pp Won +/− Compostela Aberta (CA)[9] 16, 327 34. 58 29. 36 10 People's Party (PP) 15, 869 33. 61 9. 61 9 4 Socialists' Party of Galicia-Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSdeG-PSOE) 6, 919 14.


Compostela vs Celta de Vigo II: LiveScore, Live Stream + PredictionWorld Club Friendlies 4 Preview match 0-1 MATCH REPORT Stadium Estadio Multiusos de San Lázaro 0-1 [90‘] 0-0 HT 68‘ Unknown (Missed penalty) 83‘ Alonso Moreno 0-1 FT Goals and Highlights Match stats CARDS 1 0 ODDS Match X 2 Opening odds 4. 6 3. 7 1. 6 Pre match odds 3. 3 Asian handicap Line +0. 25 1. 90 1. 80 -0. 25 +0 2. 39 1. 56 -0 +0. 75 1. 49 -0. 75 Goals Under Over 2. 5 1. 8 Compostela Saturday: Club Friendlies 4 (Club Friendlies 4) Compostela is playing against Lugo an important Club Friendlies 4 game (Club Friendlies 4 - 1/1) Celta de Vigo II Celta de Vigo II is playing against Arenteiro an important Club Friendlies 4 game (Club Friendlies 4 - 1/1) Summary Team Strength 51% Avg. minutes played (last 6) 69% Changes (vs.


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