Sense ... the history in its walls

Sense ... the history in its walls

The streets of La Palma are full of history, from their aboriginal origins to the numerous cultural influences that the island has received over the past centuries. Its balconies, courtyards, and narrow streets all tell stories. The Spanish, Portuguese, Genoese, English, and Dutch all left their imprint on the architecture and art of La Palma. The flamenco art found on the island deserves a special mention. They are highly valuable religious items. Some good samples can be found at the San Francisco church or the Santo Domingo one (both in Santa Cruz de La Palma) or the San Andrés Apóstol church (in San Andrés y Sauces)

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