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A piece of history

La Calle Ruiz de Padron runs parallel to Calle Real de San Sebastian de la Gomera. It is part of what was the old San Sebastian, as visited by Christopher Columbus in each of his three great voyages to the Americas. On the street, you can see beautiful examples of traditional Canarian architecture: yellow or white houses built on two or three floors with painted wooden balconies. There is a bar called La Tasca, which is quite popular. At the end you'll find a park with the Torre del Conde, one of the oldest monuments of the colonial city. It was a defensive fortification at the time of the conquest

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