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  • Telde Turismo - Servicios
    alojamiento Alojamiento Servicios Area de información y Turismo Municipal 34 828 013 312 34 928 69 81 52 Oficina de Información Turística Aeropuerto de Gran Canaria 34 928 574 117 Este sitio web utiliza cookies para la elaboración de estadísticas de navegación Para continuar usando esta web debe dar su consentimiento a la instalación de este tipo de cookies en su sistema Para más información consulte nuestra Política de privacidad

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  • Telde Turismo - Concejalía de Turismo del Ayuntamiento de Telde - Página no encontrada
    menú Area de información y Turismo Municipal 34 828 013 312 34 928 69 81 52 Oficina de Información Turística Aeropuerto de Gran Canaria 34 928 574 117 Este sitio web utiliza cookies para la elaboración de estadísticas de navegación Para continuar usando esta web debe dar su consentimiento a la instalación de este tipo de cookies en su sistema Para más información consulte nuestra Política de privacidad Ver los

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  • Telde Turismo - Founding of San Juan Area
    artistic monument of the city We also recommend the route in the morning Begin the visit with a walk down the orange tree lined avenue where traditional buildings house a variety of shops and businesses At the bottom of the avenue you will find the square and the church The square is a wonderful place to sit and watch the world go by and also houses a café and a wine bar The buildings surrounding the square date back to the 19th Century one of them is the Constitorial house and the other was is the Casino Union similar to a working men s club The other buildings belonged to wealthy families and nowadays the majority are occupied by the local government The St John the Baptist church was declared a place of national cultural interest on the 21st June 1991 and is one of the oldest in the Canary Islands For that reason it constitutes one of the best examples of the Mudéjar Andalucian and Portugese art forms on the Islands It s origin was a small hermitage of stone and mud raised next to the bunker of San Juan at the end of the 15th Century The works of the new Church began around 1519 and continued throughout the 17th and 18th Centuries You can notice several different architectural styles due to the long process of construction The old bell tower was replaced by two modern towers in neo gothic style constructed in the 20th Century and are currently being restored In its interior you can find a variety of interesting art amongst which the altarpiece of the great altar and the triptych both stand out both being of flamenco and gothic style Also a sculpture of Christ fashioned from corn paste by the Tarascos Indians of Michoacán in Mexico stands out as well which arrived in Telde in 1550 Outside of the church is a group of buildings one of which is the Constitorial House It is recognizable by the flags on it s balcony It has an exhibition hall on the ground floor where normally exhibitions from local artists are held The hall remains open from 8am to 3pm and again from 4pm to 8 30pm Within the inner patio you can see the typical characteristics of traditional Canarian houses Next to the Constitorial house you can take a break and enjoy so drinks and tapas in the Casino building Outside of the Casino you will find a monumental garden dedicate to one of the local artist From here it is possible to enter the Santa Rosalía garden which nowadays serves as a childrens park which houses a wide variety of birds Leaving the Santa Rosalía garden you will enter the Calle Licenciado Calderín street where building of different styles constructed through several centuries all sit together The public library is situated at the end of this street If you turn right you will come to the large San Juan park a wonderful large urban space

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  • Telde Turismo - Historical and artistic facts of the San Francisco Neighborhood
    visit goes through the San Juan area In fact both districts are considered of great cultural interest which was awarded back in 1981 with a category of joint artistic and historic neighborhoods of San Juan and San Francisco This area was already occupied in the pre Hispanic era and we know this due to the numerous remain that have been found in the area at different times throughout history The colonization was the start of the actual San Francisco area It was original called Altozano Hill and was a place where farmers labourers and workers of the gentry settled In this area we can find many small houses of just one or two floors with two tiered tiled roofs plantations orchards and gardens The houses are arranged in an urban framework Narrow cobbled streets are similar to those found in old Andalusian areas Nowadays the traffic in these streets is limited to the few residents that live in the streets which helps create a special atmosphere of calm and tranquility difficult to find in any other area The district takes its name from San Francisco because in 1610 the Fransiscan order built the convent and the church in the highest point of the area A reminder of this era are the many crucifixes that can be found in the streets stopping points along the route when the Franciscan monks celebrated the procession of the stations of the cross Many different routes can arrive at the point where the church and the San Francisco Square meet but we recommend taking a leisurely stroll along the streets and leave this part of the neighborhood to last So if we go along the street Carlos Navarro we can continue to the end until we come to the street Carreñas until we arrive at the square and the church Before arriving at the church we recommend stopping at every corner and admiring the small lanes You will enjoy this calm walk observing the well looked after houses even those that now lie empty Just after entering the district from the street Leon y Castillo we come across the small street Calle de la Fuente Stop and admire this beautiful street before going back the way you came towards Carreñas street We leave behind us on the right hand side Calle Tres Casas Three house street where we find an inscription on house number 1 indicating that this is the house where the poet Julian Torón was born We begin this walk by strolling down the Calle Carreñas in the direction of Calle Altozano which both come together to join up with Calle Carlos Navarro by walking along Calle Carreñas we arrive at the point where the Portería and all the other streets come together to form the entrance of the Leon and Castillo neighborhood From this crossroads in a northwest direction we can see the chimney of the sugar factory set in the middle of vegetation and palm trees this was the old rum

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  • Telde Turismo - Los Llanos de San Gregorio o de Jaraquemada (The Flat Lands)
    redesigned and now houses many different types of shops This was home to the upper class merchant area where they set up their businesses Throughout this area we can see typical two story houses made of stone and in typical Canarian style the doors are framed in half arch stone Photo Gallery Places of Interest Church of St Gregory Juan Ramón Jimenez Municipal Theatre St Gregorio Taumturgo Square St Grergorio

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  • Telde Turismo - Yacimiento de Cuarto Puertas ( The Site of the Four Doors)
    we can find the so called Almogarén a place of worship to the Gods of nature It is made up of numerous caves of which Los Papeles and Las Columnas stand out as they are of particular historical interest Photo Gallery Map Contact Telephone 34 928 13 90 50 Council of Telde View Telde History Cultural heritage Archeology Nature Food Shopping Markets and Handricraft Area Municipal and Tourism Information 34

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  • Telde Turismo - Yacimiento de Tufia (Site of Tufia)
    rough stone and the streets are cobbled and this area has been inhabited since Pre Historic times Photo Gallery Map Contact Telephone 34 928 13 90 50 Council of Telde View Telde History Cultural heritage Archeology Nature Food Shopping Markets and Handricraft Area Municipal and Tourism Information 34 828 013 312 34 928 69 81 52 Tourist Information Airport Gran Canaria 34 928 574 117 This website uses cookies to

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  • Telde Turismo - Tara
    goddess of fertility who can now be found in the Canarian museum Photo Gallery Map Contact Telephone 34 928 13 90 50 Council of Telde View Telde History Cultural heritage Archeology Nature Food Shopping Markets and Handricraft Area Municipal and Tourism Information 34 828 013 312 34 928 69 81 52 Tourist Information Airport Gran Canaria 34 928 574 117 This website uses cookies to manage visit statistics By using

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