Las Cañadas del Teide

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Las Cañadas del Teide
The national park is centered on Mount , the highest mountain of Spain (3,718 metres high) in addition, the highest in the Atlantic Ocean islands and the third highest in the world from its base in the ocean floor (7.500 metres high). Its national park status was passed on 22 January 1954, making it the third oldest national park in Spain. Pico Viejo, also included within the national park limits, is the second highest in the Canary Islands with its 3,135 m peak. Mount Teide and Pico Viejo are the only two peaks in the Canary islands rising above the 3,000 m level.

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