Icod de los Vinos

Located on the Tenerife Island, Icod features an ancient dragon tree, the San Marcos Church, and many more gems.

Icod de los Vinos is a municipality on the island of Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, Spain, located in the northwest part of the island. Founded in 1501, the city is a collection of seigniorial houses, ancient palaces, churches and convents. In the Plaza de Lorenzo Caceres stands the monument to General Jose Antonio Paez, founder of Venezuela's independence, whose great-grandfather came from Icod. The town's neighborhoods are sprinkled with innumerable hermitages and other buildings that give Icod great symbolic and artistic value, which can be appreciated at the Museo de Arte Sacro in the church of San Marcos.
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