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Car hire Teror Gran CanariaTeror in Gran Canaria, a charming little town with some of the best examples of colonial architecture, life has always been dominated by the Basilica de Nuestra Senora del Pino. The church was built in the 18th century and is devoted to Gran Canaria patron. The main features of triple vessel interior of the Basilica is the large baroque altar with lavish wooden sculptures of the Virgin, surrounded by gifts and symbols, many religious statues by José Luján Pérez and five of the most important rococo paintings on the island. Legend says that in 1481 showed the Virgin Mary for some shepherds in the top of a pine tree, and then played Nuestra Senora del Pino (Virgin Mary of pine) has an important role in the history and everyday life of the people of Gran Canaria. When Pope Pius XII proclaimed her to the island’s patron saint i1914 was the same town Teror, with its church, the religious capital of the island.
If you need car hire in Teror, its easiest to order the rental car online and pick it up when land at Gran Canaria Airport. Then you easily can return the car when traveling back to your home country, and you do not need alternative transportation to and from airport. In most cases, this is less expensive than using small local car rental supplier in Teror. Use the search engine above for guaranteed best price on car rental in Teror.
The 8.september annually celebrated Fiesta de la Virgen del Pino (Feast of the Virgin Mary by pines) and pilgrims from all over the island come to Teror to show respect to the patron saint. This feast is not only the biggest event in the region – it is also the most important religious festival on the island and celebrations taking place usually in a whole week. Near the Basilica you will find Plaza Teresa de Bolívar, which is named after the wife of Simón Bolívar – South America’s entirely in the liberation struggle – which had a grandfather who was born in Teror. To the right of the church is the Casa Museo de los Patrones de la Virgen, one sjarmernede building built around a courtyard and furnished in 1700 talllsstil, painting, weapons, old photographs and antique furniture that show the lifestyle of the nobility at the time.
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