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Timanfaya National Park (Spanish: Parque Nacional de Timanfaya) is a Spanish National Park in the southwestern part of the island of Lanzarote, in the Canary Islands. It covers parts of the municipalities Tinajo and Yaiza. The statue El Diabloby César Manrique is its symbol. It is the only Natural Park in Spain which is entirely geological, also Timanfaya National Park represents a sign of recent and historical volcanism in the Macaronesian Region. The last volcanic eruptions occurred during
Puerto del Carmen (Lanzarote) boat trips are pretty popular among visitors, because it gives the option of exploring two resorts in a day … like this “You are (not) alone”. Note: the photographer you see … is not me! 😉 More: You are not alone.
Halloween’s origins can be traced back to antiquity. Most point to Samhain, a Celtic festival which commemorated the end of the harvest season and the blurring of the physical and spirit worlds, as Halloween’s forebear. Over the ages, the holiday evolved, taking on Christian influences, European myth and American consumerism. Today, Halloween is celebrated with trick-or-treating, costumes, jack-o-lanterns and scary movies—all things which would
Camels were brought to Lanzarote and Fuerteventura between the end of the 15th century and the beginning of the 16th century. The camels were later distributed in the rest of the Canary Islands. After other means of transport came about in the 20th century, the population of camels started to dwindle. To stop total extinction, camels already being part of the landscape since the 16th
Jameos del Agua – Lanzarote The Jameos del Agua are located on the bottom of the La Corona Mountain Volcano (its last eruption was 3000 years ago) on the island of Lanzarote and are considered as one of the most interesting creeks and tube systems on the world. This was formed due to the rain falling from the top of the tunnel, whether from the fact
While I am enjoying the holidays DODHO PHOTO MAGAZINE has published my photo series “Around Flamenco”. Thank you so much.
A visit to Havana in the latter half of the 20th century was like going back in time … .