It seems the roots of nowadays Canarian culture are held in great respect in Tenerife, since the plethora of edifices preserving the traces of the past is complemented by another museum dedicated to such topics, namely, the Ceramics Center and Ethnographic Museum Cha Domitila. The lay-out of the museum was designed by Luis Ibanez, the activity of whom has references to the name of Cesar Manrique. The mission of the museum is to preserve and to bring to the knowledge of the public the traditional methods of pottery, as they were employed and observed by the Guanches.

Name:
Ceramics Center and Ethnographic Museum Cha Domitila (Centro Alfarero y Museo Etnografico)
Address:
35, C. General Arguayo, Arguayo, 38690, Santiago del Teide, Tenerife, Spain
Telephone:
0034 922 863 127
Fax:
0034 922 863 833
Email:
cultura@santiagodelteide.es
Website:
www.santiagodelteide.es
Opening hours:
Tuesday to Saturday: 10am to 1pm and 4pm to 9pm; Sunday: 10am to 2pm

35, C. General Arguayo, Arguayo, 38690, Santiago del Teide, Tenerife, Spain

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