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Kings and queens

In Santa Cruz the Museo de Bellas Artes in Calle Jose Murphy, next to the Plaza del Principe, houses a collection of paintings and sculptures dating from the 16th century to the 19th century, together with small displays of modern work. The subjects of the paintings, many of which are by notable Canarian artists, are, of course, varied. The ones that ...Full Article

Promises for Puerto but when can we expect firm dates?

I have no plan for this month, that is to say I have no topic, not a major one anyway, so I’m afraid it will have to be a case of ...Full Article

Hugh Salvin and Simon Bolivar “The liberator” of South América

On 5th January 1824 HMS ‘Cambridge’, under the command of Captain Thomas Maling, set sail from England for South America to take four British Consuls, their families and their staff, ...Full Article

Hugh Salvin in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 1824

On 5th January 1824 HMS Cambridge, under the command of Captain Thomas Maling, set sail from England for South America to take four British Consuls, their families and their staff, making ...Full Article

Is Puerto really flying the flag for its four beaches?

Summer has officially arrived in Puerto de la Cruz The one season when even the locals shed their outer layers and head for the beach, weather permitting that is, of course.Full Article

Home and away: spot the differences between the UK and Tenerife!

To be honest, with my deadline looming, I have been in a bit of a quandary over what to write this month.Full Article

HUGH AND JEFFERY SALVIN

The name of Reverend Hugh Salvin will be familiar to a lot of people in Alston, Cumberland. He left his name in Salvin House, opposite the Cumberland Hotel, and ...Full Article

Ten years on, work starts on bus station but what happens next?

Work on the new bus station in Puerto de la Cruz has finally started, although if it wasn’t for the security fence surrounding the site you wouldn’t really know it, ...Full Article

The Mando Economico of the Canary Islands

In the Anaga hills, high on a ridge above the valley of Igueste de San Andres, is a little ruined hamlet of about six or seven houses called Las Casillas. ...Full Article

Does Puerto de la Cruz really have to change?

To be honest I am beginning to get bored with Puerto de la Cruz. The town where very little ever seems to change and even when change does occur it takes ...Full Article
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