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This majestic church is of great social value for the city Arucas. She was built with stones from Arucas and made by local artisans. The construction was started in 1909 and lasted 68 years. The designer of this basilica is the architect Manuel Vega. Arucas on Gran CanariaNot only stonemasons or stonecutters from Arucas built the church. Even artists like the Canarian painter Cristóbal Hernández de Quintana who has left his mark on the many beautiful windows.

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Bandama caldera is like going back millions of years in time to an epoch of colossal underground explosions that produced this circular caldera a kilometre across. Just twenty minutes drive from central Las Palmas, Bandama is an impressive natural monument with a concave floor of grey volcanic ash covered in copses of native trees and surrounded by the vertical caldera walls.

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Roque Nublo (Clouded Rock, Rock in the Clouds) is a volcanic rock on the island of Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain. It is 80 m (262 ft) tall, and its top is 1,813 m (5,948 ft) above sea level. It is a famous landmark of the island, protected as a natural monument. Roque Nublo is the second highest peak of the island, after nearby Pico de las Nieves.

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El Museum Canario, Founded in 1879 by a small group of members of the local bourgeoisie, the Museo Canario houses the Canary Islands’ largest collection of pre-Hispanic objects from the period of 500 B.C. until the 15th century. Head of this private initiative – aiming to preserve, research and exhibit the archaeological and documentary collections of the museum.

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The Nestor Museum, On display here are the works of Néstor (1887-1938), one of Spain’s leading symbolist painters and one of the most unusual painters of the European movement. As well as the painter’s most important canvases, portraits, landscapes, theatre plans, architecture, craftwork, drawings and sketches by the artist are also on show.

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Casa Museum Perez Galdos This is the house where Benito Perez Galdos was born. In it we find furniture, personal belongings, books and documents that belonged to the writer. The museum also has a documentary archive with biographical and literary content related to Galdos as well as its historical context regarding material the Spain of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.