Here you can find interesting sights in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 14 sights are available in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain.Back to the list of cities in Spain
1. Casino de Tenerife
The real Tenerife casino is located in the center of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain. It is a huge building, which develops in a cubic volume and is connected to its main apex by prismatic towers. The main facade facing the Candlestick Square has an obvious sense of level, defined by the balcony of the main floor, a projecting ledger and a smooth ledger, contrasted by the ascending line given by the perpendicularity given by the corner ratio of a series of columns and towers in the central main body at two heights, projecting from the cornice line and ending in a double volute. At the top, the building grows on its two main foreheads, with two longitudinal volumes of glazed front running, hinged in an "l" shape at the apex of the main tower. Initial towers appear at the rest of the vertices, but are rarely developed, only to interrupt the monotonicity of the horizontal layout of the building.
2. Triunfo de la Candelaria
The triumph of La Candelaria is one of the main sculptural monuments of the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Also known as Obelisco de la Candelaria, he was donated in his day by Bartolomé Montañez, as a complement to the marble cross that he had given a few years earlier in order to complete the ornamentation of the Plaza de la Pila, named because in She was a source that since the early 18th century supplied drinking water to the population of Santa Cruz and the ships that anchored in its port, and currently called Plaza de la Candelaria.
3. Museo de la Naturaleza y el Hombre
Museo de la Naturaleza y Arqueología (MUNA), is a museum-based in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife,. It contains many significant archaeological finds and is considered the best repository of objects from the Pre-Castilian Canary Islands. The museum also houses significant paleontological, botanical, entomological, and marine and terrestrial vertebrate collections, and is considered the best Natural Library of the Canary Islands.
4. Francisco Morazán
José Francisco Morazán Quesada was a Central American politician who was president of the Federal Republic of Central America from 1830 to 1839. Before he was president of Central America he was the head of state of Honduras. He rose to prominence at the Battle of La Trinidad on November 11, 1827. Morazán then dominated the political and military scene of Central America until his execution in 1842.
5. Alameda del Duque de Santa Elena
The Alameda of the Duke of Santa Elena was a walk from the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. At present it is practically an integral part of the Plaza de España. The environment has recently been restored following the project of Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron. The work has included the reconstruction of a replica of the porch of the Alameda, in the image of the original.
6. Museo Municipal de Bellas Artes
The Municipal Museum of Fine Arts of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, is a Sito Fine Arts Museum in the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, belongs to the Autonomous Agency of Culture of the City of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Its headquarters is located in the back of the property that was the convent of San Francisco, specifically on José Murphy Street, under the prince's square.
7. Templo Masónico
Historic Masonic Temple of Santa Cruz de Tenerife is a Masonic Temple located in the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, on San Lucas street. The building was constructed for use by the Lodge Añaza between 1899 and 1902. It is considered one of the main Masonic temples in Spain, and the first in the Canary Islands.
8. La Farola del Mar
The sea lamppost, located on the Holy Cross of Tenerife, is one of two lighthouses at the south pier of the Holy Cross port of Tenerife. It began work in December 1863 and remained active until 1954, when the development of the port rendered its operations at its original site useless.
9. Plaza Weyler
The Weyler Plaza de Santa Cruz de Tenerife, owes its name to the Spanish general Valeriano Weyler, a military who was Captain General of the Canary Islands under whose command the Palace of the General Captaincy of the Canary Islands was built next to the aforementioned square.
10. Monumento al Ángel Caído
The Monument to Victory, which is commonly referred to as the "Angel Monument" or "Franco Monument," is a sculpture fountain in the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, in a space next to Fort Almeida, at the intersection of Santa Cruz Avenue and Anaga Avenue. It's the eagle's job.
11. Centro de Interpretación del Castillo de San Cristóbal
The Castle of San Cristóbal in Santa Cruz de Tenerife was the first fortification of significance on the island of Tenerife and the main defensive building on Santa Cruz Bay. The central Castle Street is named after this fort.
12. Ermita de San Telmo
The Church of San Telmo is a sixteenth-century church located in the Cape area near the Church of the Holy Cross in Tenerife. It is one of the oldest temples in the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and the island of Tenerife
13. Parroquia de María Auxiliadora
The parish of María Auxiliadora is a parish church in the Duggi neighborhood of the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. It is located on Serrano Street and was declared a cultural interest, with a category of monument.
14. Monumento al Chicharro
The Chicharro Sculpture or Allegorical sculpture the Chicharro it is a bronze sculpture of a horse mackerel, located in the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, which has become one of its most beloved symbols.