Cueva Pintada Museum and Archaeological Park
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The Painted cave is an archaeological museum and park in the town of Galdar, located the northwest of Grand Canary in the Canary Islands, Spain. This centre is part of the Spanish Ministry of Culture, Historic Heritage and Museums of the town council of Grand Canary.
The Pintada Cave Museum and Archaeological Park is located in the city of Gáldar, northwest of the island. Inside is one of the most representative archaeological sites in the Canary Islands, with characteristics that make it unique in Spain. The Painted Cave is considered the "Sistine chapel" of…
Incredible museum that shows how the Canary aborigins lived here before the Spanish colony. Its a must in Canary history. Learn about our past aboriginal culture.
En el recorrido del yacimiento destaca el conjunto troglodita, lugar desde el que se podrá acceder a la contemplación directa de las cámaras excavadas y de la propia Cueva Pintada.
Il Parco e il Museo Archeologico Cueva Pintada mira a garantire la conservazione, la ricerca e la diffusione di uno dei siti più esclusivi dell'isola di Gran Canaria. -----The Park and Archaeological Museum Cueva Pintada aims to ensure the conservation, research and dissemination of one of the most…
amazing Museum with the historical sights of the Guances (natives canarian inhabitants before the spanish conquest) 35-40 minutes driving from home
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