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History.

Abreu Galindo, a writer, stated something quite interesting in 1632: “Some have called this island of Tenerife the Isle of Hell, because there existed many sulfur stone fires and Teide Peak gives out a lot of fire itself”. However, the earliest direct quote ever recorded was made by the English merchant Thomas Nichols, who published a voyage book in 1583 stating the following: “This island is 17 leagues long and the land is high, just like the top of cultivation land in certain parts of England. In the middle of this region there is a round mountain called Teide Peak”.

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