"Island of Hell". 908,555 (2012) inhabitants. TENERIFE-.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
In December 1493, the King of Spain granted Alonso Fernández de Lugothe right to conquer the island of Tenerife. In April 1494, coming from Gran Canaria, the conqueror landed on the coast of present day Santa Cruz de Tenerife and disembarked with about 2,000 men on foot and 200 on horseback.After taking the fort, the army prepared to move inland, later capturing the native kings of Tenerife and presenting them to Ferdinand and Isabella.
The island is located between 28° and 29° N and the 16° and 17° meridian
5 million visitors in 2013
Tourism 20 percent of the GDP-(638 Thing’s to do in Tenerife)
petroleum, representing 10 percent of the island's GDP
Ceropegia linearis ssp. debilis
Castillo de San Andrés, declared of National Tourist Interest Center
Cathedral of San Cristóbal de La Laguna
Church of the Conception of La Laguna
Cueva de Achbinico (first shrine Christian of the Canary Islands, Guanche vintage-Spanish)
2. Museum of Anthropology ““ Valle De Guerra
3. Museum of Man & Nature ““ Santa Cruz
4. Military Museum ““ Santa Cruz
7. El Portillo Visitor Centre ““ Teide National Park
5. Wine Museum ““ El Sauzal
6. Masca Museum “ Masca”
8. Casa Méndez-Fonseca ““ La Orotava
The Genimpact project is funded under the EU Framework Programme 6 to provide scientific advice in support of policy.The genetic impact of aquaculture activities has aroused a great deal of concern among scientists and the general public. The perceived risks are often associated with detrimental impacts on wild populations and the ecosystem through ecological interactions and interbreeding, posing a threat to biodiversity. Public health issues are also matters of concern.
Canary Islands Oceanographic Institute