Cape Finisterre

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Finisterre, Cape

(fĭnĭstâr`) [Lat. finis terrae=land's end], rocky promontory, extreme NW Spain, on the Atlantic coast of Galicia. Off the cape, the English won two naval battles against the French (1747, in the War of the Austrian Succession; 1805, in the Napoleonic Wars).
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ON a long distance walk to Cabo Finisterre (Lands End) in north-west Spain in May 2008 I developed an extremely painful blister on the sole of my left foot.