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Historical Monuments in Tenerife

41 historical monuments in Tenerife

Historical Monuments in La Orotava
Benítez Lugo Viña House
In the old town of La Orotava, Tenerife, you will find this typical hotel, renovated in the early nineteenth century. Inside, there is a lovely courtyard surrounded by balconies that reminds one of the Canaries over four hundred years ago.
Historical Monuments in La Orotava
Zerolo House
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Zerolo House is one of the most majestic family homes that make up the historical center of the town of La Orotava. Today it belongs to the city and does not have tenants. It is situated in the old part of town on the main street.
Historical Monuments in San Cristóbal de La Laguna
Former Convent of Santo Domingo de Guzman
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The city of La Laguna is a heritage site dating back to the year 1999, and the Convent of Santo Domingo is part of that heritage. The convent of Santo Domingo was one of those places where I loved to go during my college days. It was a place where you could completely relax, where I could read a book or play a game of chess with friends (I always lost, I have no patience) or just sit and think with the sound of the water and birds. They also have exhibitions or courses organized by the Culture Department of the City Council. A little secret, from the second floor in the exhibition area at the bottom where the service is a ladder climb on it and enjoy the view over the roofs of the city ;)
Historical Monuments in La Orotava
Llarena House
Opposite the Casa Machado and Llarena, on the corner of the Calles Zerolo and Escultor Estévez (C / Carrera) is Llarena House. It was built in the eighteenth century by Diego José de Tolosa Benitez and Lucianos. It then passed to Josefa Larena and Cullen, who commissioned a remodel by the architect Mariano Estanca. The current facade is of neo-Canarian style, as can be seen in the beautiful pine woodwork carved canary, in the eaves and in the windows. The building has two stories with a stone cover where you can see the family crest.
Historical Monuments in Santa Cruz de Tenerife
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Historical Monuments in San Cristóbal de La Laguna
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Historical Monuments in San Cristóbal de La Laguna
Riquel House
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This is one of the historic buildings of La Laguna. It's on the corner of Tabares de Cala and Obispo Rey Redondo (or La Carrera) Streets. It was built in the 18th century and named after its owner, Antonio Riquel Angle. The family crest is on its facade, above the main entrance made of masonry.
Historical Monuments in San Cristóbal de La Laguna
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Historical Monuments in Vilaflor
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Historical Monuments in Santa Cruz de Tenerife
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Historical Monuments in San Cristóbal de La Laguna
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Historical Monuments in San Cristóbal de La Laguna
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Historical Monuments in La Orotava
Historical Monuments in San Cristóbal de La Laguna
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Historical Monuments in San Cristóbal de La Laguna
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Historical Monuments in Santa Cruz de Tenerife
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Historical Monuments in La Orotava
Historical Monuments in San Cristóbal de La Laguna
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