you enter the San Miguel Plaza, you'll find the
church of "Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe".
Constructed in the first half of the 16th Century,
it proudly raises it red and black bevelled tower.
The facade comprises a door framed by red quarry
stone. The interior is divided into three neogothic
style naves, with white plaster altar pieces in
the apse and in the semi-vaulted lateral naves.
This is an outstanding example of church architecture
for its blending of medieval artwork and monuments
with Canary architectural elements. The history
of this cathedral is marked by the many fires it
has suffered; the most important being in 1909 when
the Parish Archives of the Villa de Teguise were