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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Tenerife’s Worst Disasters

The Canary Islands are actually a remarkably safe place to live and due to their beautiful climate, throughout the centuries, millions of people have come here for the benefit of their health. Blissfully free from typhoons, tornadoes and hurricanes, although Atlantic storms are semi-regular visitors, the islands don’t usually suffer too many ill effects from meteorological conditions. But that’s not to say they haven’t witnessed some terrible disasters in their time. These are amongst the worst.

Tenerife’s Worst Disasters

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