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About Casa Cueva Canaria
In Guayadeque are some of the most interesting monuments of Gran Canaria, a true aquifer of the area, a natural site of amazing nature and some of the most important Aboriginal settlements of the Islands, hundreds of caves dug in the volcanic tufa testifies to the huge people who lived in this natural place. Findings such as mummies, pots and other useful items of daily life are counted in the thousands, many of which were looted throughout the 18th and 19th centuries although other quantities are well preserved in the Canary Islands Museum of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria , An inescapable citation to get acquainted with the history and to know firsthand how the Aboriginal people of the Canaries were living, in addition to the housing nuclei, the funeral caves and the archaeological remains of the daily objects of Aboriginal life. Casa Cueva Canaria dispatches aboriginal Canarian copy pieces and handicraft items.
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