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Home built into nature

It is very interesting place, Cesar Manrique - painter, sculptor, architect and town planner, had... read more

Reviewed 14 March 2016
SYLWIA S
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London, United Kingdom
spacious suburb of Arrecife build between lava-flows

Taro de Tahice is most famous for the fundacion cesar manrique but there are more mansions build... read more

Reviewed 18 December 2015
bas k
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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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This wacky building, built into a bed of hardened volcanic rock, was once home to the avant-garde eccentric Cesar Manrique.
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13 Mar 2016
“Home built into nature”
17 Dec 2015
“spacious suburb of Arrecife build between lava-flows”
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Reviewed 14 March 2016

It is very interesting place, Cesar Manrique - painter, sculptor, architect and town planner, had huge impact on Lanzarote, how the island looks today. He built his home on the lava fields just outside of town of Tahiche. The house is beautiful. His idea of...More

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Reviewed 18 December 2015

Taro de Tahice is most famous for the fundacion cesar manrique but there are more mansions build between the lava flows. the windsculptures in the area are eye-catching.

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Reviewed 14 February 2006

If you ever dreamed of finding that secluded spot in the middle of nowhere to build a home, then this is it. Cesar Manrique obviously found peace here and so did we. There weren't too many visitors when we were there (5Feb06) and we all...More

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