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Lugo

(lo͞o`gō), city (1990 pop. 81,493), capital of Lugo prov., NW Spain, in Galicia, on the Miño River. The city is the processing and trade center for a fertile agricultural area. It has well-preserved Roman walls (3d cent. B.C.), a 12th-century cathedral (restored), and a baroque city hall (1738).
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Lugo

 

a city in Galicia, in northwestern Spain, and the administrative center of Lugo Province. Population, 63,900 (1971). Lugo is the commercial center of a livestock-raising region in the Miño Valley, with agricultural fairs and cattle auctions. The city produces canned meat, leather, and dairy products.

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Lugo

a city in NW Spain: Roman walls; Romanesque cathedral. Pop.: 91 158 (2003 est.)
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