I was told by the locals that these statues are one of the things that make the people in Canary Islands very proud, on one part because they commemorate the Guanches, who colonized the islands.
They are located at the foot of the Basilica of Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria, who is the patron saint of the island.
The landscape from the viewpoints is amazing; you can see the entire coast and the black sand beach of Candelaria.
Personally, I consider it is a must stop while traveling the coast of Tenerife.
The War Memorial in the "Plaza de España" in Santa Cruz, Tenerife a cross-shaped tower with a lookout at the top. The base contains a crypt and it is empty. This monument is a sign of monumental Franco architecture Franco. It has influences of Italian Fascist architecture.