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Ayuntamiento

Ayuntamiento (Plaza España, Santa Cruz de la Palma) – located near one of the main streets of Santa Cruz (Calle O’Daly), this local government building is marveled by visitors, since it’s a fine representation of Renaissance era architecture on the island (rebuilt in 1559 during the reign of King Felipe II, after it was destroyed […]

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Aeronautical Museum

Aeronautical Museum (Av. De la Playa Honda 163, Lanzarote Airport) – this museum (located near a one-time wing of the island’s airport) traces the early years of aviation in Lanzarote (French seaplanes being the first aircraft to reach this island in 1919). Visitors will be surprised to see that the Graf Zeppelin airship used to […]

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Colon Museum House

Casa Museo de Colon (Calle Colón 1, Las Palmas) — the Casa de Colón (Christopher Columbus’ Museum) is a delight for the visitor. Its colonial-style architecture, its wooden colonnades and paneling, its stonework patios and façades are the perfect background for recreating the personality of this city. Its facilities make reference to the connection between […]

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Agulo

Agulo – this is a village on the north end of La Gomera that’s surrounded by banana plantations. This village is known as “the green balcony” by the locals, and is made up of two parts: Agulo Casco is located in the lower part of the area, whereas the village center Agulo, founded in the […]

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Betancuria

Betancuria – this town, located in the mid-west part of Fuerteventura, was founded in 1404 by the Norman knight Jean de Bethencourt (making it one of the most important colonial landmarks of the island). Those visitors who are looking for a glimpse of this town’s past (which was a former capital of the island) will […]

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Campanario de Joapira

Campanario de Joapira (38911 Las Frontera) – this bell tower, located on a small reddish mountain that serves as a panoramic view, was refurbished in 1957 and dedicated to the Virgin de los Reyes (the island’s patron saint). The Canarian community in Cuba provided financial help to finalize such work. The bell tower was built […]