According to the Irish tradition, in a book of the XI century, the " Lebor Gabála Érenn " (the " Deliver of Conquêtes"), which tells the various invasions of Ireland, Breogán is the name of a Celtic mythical king of Galicia.
According to this legend, it built the Tour of Hercules (Torre de Hércules) to Corogne. Since which, always according to the legend, his/her son Ith saw the Ireland and left to his conquest. Unfortunately, Ith will be assassinated. By vengence, the wire of Mile, small wire of Breogán and neuveux of Ith, navigèrent from Galicia in Ireland to conquer it.
The anthem of Galicia speaks about Galicia as being the nation of Breogán.
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