Hispania from the time of Roman domination had numerous port facilities, both in the Cantabrian area as in the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. The westernmost port was “Brigantium” with its majestic lighthouse known for the Tower of Hercules, at the foot of the city of La Coruña and designed by Gaius Sevius Lupus of Lusitanian origin.

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