Ecomuseo de Guinea y Lagartario, Frontera

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Natural History Museum
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  • The visit to the volcanic tube, an attractive pleasant surprise most. Magnificent and heroic nearly the work to take forward this species in danger of extinction, the giant lizard of the iron. Amazing the populated Guinea inhabited until the year 1956, learn from our history without a doubt, must-see
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  • We very much liked because you know the life and customs of the bimbaches, early settlers of the island. The visit also includes the work of biologists for the recovery and restocking of the lizard Herreño.
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  • Until about 20 years ago, yet people have lived in these houses. We Germans can not really imagine it.
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  • In addition to the village, there is the Lagartario and the visit to the volcanic tube.
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  • A beautiful Museum to understand how our ancestors lived and check how the ecological meaning of life has accompanied human beings most of its history.
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  • Very nice, interesting, educational open-air museum. Obviously committed staff to share information.
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  • Visit a must if it is to the island of El Hierro!
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  • Good place to see a volcanic tube, the great work of conservation of a species believed to be extinct, the lizard of El Hierro, and observe the contrasts in the evolution of the inhabitants of the island.
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