The five names of Spanish airports are all symbolic | miquel a. canellas
Rosalia de Castro, Federico García Lorca, Miguel Hernández, Adolfo Suárez, Josep Tarradellas. Three people from the world of literature, two from politics; there is a connection between these five. Airports in Spain have been named after them.
Rosalia de Castro was a nineteenth century poet. She was an important figure in the Galician Romantic movement who wrote in Galician and in Spanish. She was born in Santiago de Compostela. Since 2020, the city’s airport has been known as Santiago-Rosalia de Castro.