Banco de piedra amarilla - Teror, Gran Canaria, España
N 28° 03.580 W 015° 32.811
28R E 446261 N 3103932
Quick Description: Yellow baroque stone bench on the Plaza Teresa de Bolívar
Location: Islas Canarias, Spain
Date Posted: 2/22/2019 10:46:49 PM
Waymark Code: WM1046A
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member saopaulo1
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Long Description:
The Teresa de Bolívar square was designed in 1958 by the versatile Nestor Álamo and the Canarian artist Santiago Santana in order to relieve the El Pino square from pilgrims and visitors, especially on festive days.
Among other things, two benches made of yellow stone from Teror were created, which impress by their rich decoration in baroque style.
Artist: Santiago Santana / Nestor Alamo

Date Placed: 1958

Materials Used:
Piedra Amarilla de Teror / Yellow Stone of Teror

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