Mundo Aborigen, Fataga
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We paid 12 eur for two persons and wasn't disappointed. Huge park-museum with high quality model of everyday life of aborigens. Interesting exposition and alive animals to show animal husbandry, beaut... read more »
Jeżeli macie chwile wolnego czasu koniecznie odwiedźcie to miejsce. Oprócz fajnych widoków, zobaczycie jak żyli "miejscowi" z przed ery kolonialnej. Wstęp (około 3 euro) to naprawdę grosze.If you have a moment of free time be sure to visit this place. In addition to the cool views, you will see how they lived, "locals" from before the colonial era. Introduction (about 3 euro) is really a pittance.show original
Si trova a pochi kilomeri da Playa del Ingles, sulla strada di montagna che porta a Fataga. Ambiente dimesso che attira pochi visitatori. E' una passeggiata nell'antica Gran Canaria, dove si può veder... read more »Is located a few kilometers from Playa del Ingles, on the mountain road leading to Fataga. Environment resigned that attracts few visitors. It's a walk in the ancient Gran Canaria, where you can see the Guanche civilization, ancient customs and costimo aboitatori of the island.show original
I liked this outdoor family-friendly museum mainly because it a welcome change from the overcrowded attractions. Breathtaking views and some interesting information about the history of the Islands. And they let you borrow a dog, for some reason.
Mundo Aborigen is an attempt to present the life of aboriginal Canarian people (Guanches) in the form of a small settlement at the top of a hill overlooking the sea and Maspalomas. The settlement contains ordinary houses, chief's house, the meeting hall, "church", women's house, hall of justice, prison, and even an execution (not for very small children!). All this with original vegetation and animals (sheep, pigs, dogs). You even can borrow a dog to keep on leash during the round. A very good ifdea, and the realization is quite ambitious, but it is clear that the exhibition is struggling so it is already a little shopworn. Still, it is a good stop on your way to San Bartolome. Don't let the plastic Indians to turn you off! There is much to learn during the (one hour) round. And it is not too crowded!
Patrick GoldingerVery good system, represents the old Canarian life well.show original
We were there friday afternoon, closed!
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