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Tenerife, and especially the tourist region, are hit by the Corona crisis.
On the 25th of April a major forest fire started in the municipalities of Granadilla and Vilaflor, in the Paisaje Lunar. 250 hectares of nature reserve went up in flames.
In commemoration of the plane crash, the monument 'Stairway to heaven' was inaugurated by the Dutch artist Rudi van de Wint.
Construction of many hotels and shopping centres.
When Playa de Las Américas literally burst through the tourists in the 1990s, it was decided to start new projects in the west.
Tourism started in Costa Adeje in the 1990’s.
The Greek Philosopher Plato claimed that Tenerife and the rest of the islands belonged to the lost realm of Atlantis.
The Guanches crossed the sea to Tenerife, they were the first and original population of Tenerife until 100 years after Christ.
Tenerife was an uninhabited island until 500 AD.
Juba the 2nd gives the Canary Islands their name (Berber King who was married to the daughter of Mark Antony and Cleopatra)
Spain and the Canary Islands join the European Union.
After the Second World War and the establishment of the Kingdom of Spain, a law is proclaimed promising autonomy to the region.
Tenerife Sur opened on the 6th of November.
The world stood still for a moment on the 27th of March at Tenerife North Airport, the biggest aviation disaster in history occurred at the time. Two Boeings 747 collided with airlines KLM and Pan American with a death toll of 583 people, only 61 people survived this disaster.
The Spanish Civil War breaks out. The resistance in the Canary Islands and Tenerife is strong against the Spanish dictator Franco, resulting in the emergence of Canarian nationalism that turns against the Spanish dictatorship.
The first connecting flight between the Spanish mainland and Tenerife.
The first unofficial flight with the airline "Lufthansa" from Berlin to Tenerife North.
The Canary Islands are split into two provinces.
The Canary Islands including Tenerife become a Spanish province with a huge rivalry between the cities of La Palma and Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
English Admiral Nelson attacks Santa Cruz de Tenerife in an attempt to conquer the islands. He leads a painful defeat and also loses his arm.
Garachico was completely wiped off the map by the eruption of "El Teide" volcano.
Tenerife was hit by a plague of grasshoppers that destroyed many vineyards.
The creation of the Flemish Canary Nation which was responsible for the many sugar plantations
The last resistance of Tenerife is broken, it is taken by Castile.
The Castilian fleet puts its focus on Tenerife, which is the only island that does not fall under the crown and becomes an eyesore.
The Treaty of Alcacovas classifies the region under the Castilian flag.
The Genoese Lancelotto Malocello rediscovers the archipelago after the fall of the Roman Empire.
Jean De Bethencourt leads an expedition for Castile with the aim of conquering the Canary Islands.
Costa Adeje was visited… and you read it well… by spacious
2 million tourists.
In almost 20 years, this area in Costa Adeje with various boulevards has become one of the top tourist locations in the southern part of Tenerife.
Tenerife was erupted by a volcanic eruption, 3 million years before Christ.
3 million bc
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