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Thursday, September 01, 2011

Roque Cinchado

Roque Cinchado

This rock, the Roque Cinchado (with Mount Teide in the background), used to appear on the back of the old 1,000 Peseta note in Spain, before it switched to the Euro. It’s just one of the curiously shaped Roques de Garcia near the Parador hotel in the Parque Nacional del Teide.

You can download a copy of this image to use as desktop wallpaper, learn more about this and the fiestas upcoming in Tenerife in September, as well as seeing the weather averages for the coming month, see our page about Tenerife in September.

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