Talk:Sant Antoni de Calonge
The problem I'm running into is that Sant Antoni de Calonge was simply a beach outisde of Calonge until the 1800's. Even then, it was nothing more than a fishing village until the 1930's. The town had a three year window during which it had autonomy from Calonge and now it's back under the stewardship of Calonge. My problem is the lack of a clear distinction between the history of Sant Antoni and Calonge. Any suggestions? Please help me add more to this article.
This is my timeline for Sant Antoni.
- Cave people
- (archeological evidence and ruins in the area dated to Chalcolithic Period)
- Part of Roman Empire
- (archeological evidence and ruins in the area)
- Uninhabited beach along the coast of Calonge
- (pirates kept people frome settling along the Mediterranean coast)
- Church of St Daniel is built
- (archeological evidence from the 1500's - 1600's)
- (pirates decline and settlement begins with a fishing village)
- Autonomy of Sant Antoni as San Antonio de Mar and Levantine Sea
- (Spanish Civil War lasts as long as the autonomy, 1936 - 1939, and Sant Antoni has two different names during this time)
- Sant Antoni de Calonge is placed under the municipality of Calonge and remains that way today