Teide National Park

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Berthold Werner
Nikodem Nijaki
Teide National Park (Spanish: Parque Nacional del Teide) is the most visited national park in Europe with over 4 million visitors in 2016. With an area of 190 km² it occupies the highest 10% of Tenerife land area, one of the Canary Islands which administratively belong to Spain. It was declared a in 2007 and has since been one of the 12 Treasures of Spain.
The park is known for its 2 volcanoes, (3,718 m) and (3,135 m), the only peaks on the Canary Islands above 3,000 m above sea level.


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