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Castillo de San Juan Bautista (Castillo Negro), Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
The Castillo de San Juan Bautista, also called Castillo Negro, in the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife in the Canary Islands of Spain, was the second most important fort in the defense of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.It is set in the heart of the capital, behind the Auditorio de Tenerife. It was built in 1641 and is located near the Parque Marítimo César Manrique. It has a round tower facing the sea. Each year in July a re-enactment of the Battle of Santa Cruz de Tenerife of 25 July takes place, which commemorates the unsuccessful attempt by the British Admiral Horatio Nelson to invade the city and the archipelago.For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Santa Cruz de Tenerife holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Castillo de San Juan Bautista (Castillo Negro) and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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Fuimos y estaba cerrado, no pudimos ver su interior, por fuera nos parecio bonito y que estaba bien conservado... Una lastima que estuviera cerrado al público..We went and it was closed, we could not see inside, outside we thought it was beautiful and was well preserved... A pity that you were closed to the public...show original
Старое здание. Почти незаметное. Очень темное и мрачное. Но это история острова, к ней нужно относиться с уважением!The old building. Almost imperceptible. Very dark and gloomy. But this is a history of the island, one should treat it with respect!show original
vooral tof om de oceaan zijn werk te zien doen rond deze burcht. het water was vrij wild toen wij er waren (je kan er zwemmen, maar op die dag waren de zwemmers heel rustig en voorzichtig) heerlijk te... read more »especially great to the ocean to see his work do around this castle. the water was pretty wild when we were there (you can swim, but on that day were the swimmers very quietly and carefully) to see how delicious the waves splashing around the Castle and the broken bridgesshow original
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