Pico del Teide, Isla de Tenerife

Pico del Teide, Isla de Tenerife

simbolos guanches canarios - Buscar con Google

simbolos guanches canarios - Buscar con Google

The Teide from Gran Canaria, Spain

The Teide from Gran Canaria, Spain

Santa Cruz in #Tenerife has the perfect mix of city break and beach bliss... http://www.thomascook.com/holidays/spain/canary-islands/tenerife/?utm_medium=soc&utm_source=pinterest&utm_campaign=engage&utm_content=posting

Santa Cruz in #Tenerife has the perfect mix of city break and beach bliss... http://www.thomascook.com/holidays/spain/canary-islands/tenerife/?utm_medium=soc&utm_source=pinterest&utm_campaign=engage&utm_content=posting

Momias guanches de las islas Canarias. |

The Guanches of the Canary islands.

Momias guanches de las islas Canarias. |

Guanche female goddess figure. Personally, well it is not very flattering is it? What is it? The imagination runs riot.

What is Matriarchy? What if women ruled the world?

Guanche female goddess figure. Personally, well it is not very flattering is it? What is it? The imagination runs riot.

Cueva Pintada, Gáldar, Canary Islands - temple of the Guanches natives, shows a great understanding of astronomy

Cueva Pintada, Gáldar, Canary Islands - temple of the Guanches natives, shows a great understanding of astronomy

Tropical View of Canary Islands - Atlantic Ocean

Tropical View of Canary Islands - Atlantic Ocean

Islas Baleares,Lugares Maravillosos,Sitios,Vistas,Ciudades,Tierra,Mundo,Hermosa Playa,Lugares Hermosos

Several archaeologists carry the 'Guanche Mummy of Barranco de Herques' upon its arrival at National Museum of Archeology in Madrid, Spain. The mummy was moved from Anthropology Museum, where it has stayed for more than 100 years. The mummy is the best well-preserved example of a man who was found in Tenerife, Canary Islands in 1776. Guanche is an original inhabitant of the Canary Islands. The mummy will be part of an exhibition focused on Canary's prehistory.

Several archaeologists carry the 'Guanche Mummy of Barranco de Herques' upon its arrival at National Museum of Archeology in Madrid, Spain. The mummy was moved from Anthropology Museum, where it has stayed for more than 100 years. The mummy is the best well-preserved example of a man who was found in Tenerife, Canary Islands in 1776. Guanche is an original inhabitant of the Canary Islands. The mummy will be part of an exhibition focused on Canary's prehistory.

Milkyway, Tenerife, Spain  "Vía láctea sobre el Teide" by Florencio Barroso

Milkyway, Tenerife, Spain "Vía láctea sobre el Teide" by Florencio Barroso

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