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It is the judicial and commercial capital of the Canary Islands, and is also home to a large part of the executive power.NEW APP, uDLP / news, go to news, uDLP /.T/es/pdf/linea30.pdf, in Las Palmas: Pueblo Canario, a 3,500m2 park, with traditional canary architecture, parks, restaurants and a museum dedicated to the designer and one of the great artists of Gran Canaria Nestor Torre.9 It is the home of the Canarian Ministry of Presidency (shared in a four-year term with Santa Cruz de Tenerife as well as half of the Ministries and Boards of the Canarian Government, and the High Court of Justice of the Canary Islands.For other uses, see, las Palmas (disambiguation).In the archaeological site of El Tope, discovered on, where you can see remnants that suggest the existence of an aboriginal burial mound, as well as ceramics, pottery and curious pintaderas.Telde has 101 archaeological sites and 709 listed assets of ethnographic interest.
The Atlantic Center of Modern Art (caam opened in 1989, is one of the most important references for the cultural and artistic life of the Canary Islands, and is responsible for disseminating the art made in the islands to the rest of the world, especially.
It is the co-capital (jointly with.
8 The city was founded in 1478, and considered the de facto (without legal recognition) 9 capital of the Canary Islands until the seventeenth century.
In 2008, it handled 10,212,106 passengers and 33,695,248 kg (74,285,306 lb) of cargo, and is the fourth busiest in Spain.
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The Maritime Museum, located in the former Jet Foil station has around 1,000 m2 (10,764 sq ft) of floor space.Lycée Français René-Verneau de Grand Canary, Crta.Following works of renovation, the theatre reopened in April 2007.The most important bus lines have frequencies of between 3 and 15 minutes during the day and between 10 and 40 minutes at night; most lines have service throughout the night.Last stop is Faro Maspalomas where you have the lighthouse and you will have easy access to the dunes.It is approximately 75 km (47 mi) in length and runs along the eastern and the southern coasts, and is also the second longest superhighway in the Canary Islands.The Palais des congrès de Gran Canaria is in the premises of the Institución Ferial de Canarias with a capacity for 800 people on 16,000 m2 (172,223 sq ft).Its archive covers period from 1785 until today.It still has the original gateway, an example of Sevillian Portuguese Gothic architecture.Due to the intensity of its streams and incoming waves, La Laja has been hailed as a favorite surfers' beach.At the time, the Ministry of Environment also trawled the seabed to bring sand onto the beach, and the construction of a boardwalk has significantly improved pedestrian access.Founded in 1879, it is an international partner of the Council for Scientific Research (csic).The freeway runs within the beaches and the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean for the half part but at around the 20th km, it becomes a highway after the unidirectional parclo interchanges and runs within the coastline, it later has several interchanges and several towns.