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Duque de la Torre Street is part of the foundational area of the nucleus of Arona, whose origins go back to the founding of the primitive hermitage of San Antonio Abad by Antón Domínguez, “el Viejo” in 1625, owner of a large part of the land between Los Cristianos and Los Quemados and resident in the place known as “Casitas de Altavista”, on the current town of Arona. Around the temple and throughout the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the primitive settlement would be configured, characterized by its marked rural character and with a scattered population, which, already entered the XIX, would give rise to a greater definition of the historical urban fabric . This is articulated from the Plaza de la Iglesia and two descending streets-Duque de la Torre street and Domínguez Alfonso street-, connected to each other by La Luna, del Medio and La Constitución streets.

- Bibliography: DECREE 70/2007, of April 2, which declares the historic center of Arona as a Site of Cultural Interest, with the category of Historic Site. Annex.

- Guide to the Historic Complex of Arona. Arona City Council.

- HERNÁNDEZ GONZÁLEZ, M. “Tenerife. Historical and Cultural Heritage ”. 2002. Ed. Rueda. Santa Cruz of Tenerife.

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