15 01 2020
November 28 concluded the sixth Pájara International Sculpture Symposium at Morro Jable, Avda del Centenario, a town on the south coast of Fuerteventura, one of Spain’s Canary Islands. The symposium was attended by sculptors representing Armenia, Bulgaria, Spain, and Ukraine.
The Canary Islands are a Spanish archipelago located in the Atlantic Ocean. Historically, the Canary Islands have been considered a bridge between four continents: Africa, North America, South America and Europe. The Canary Islands currently have a population of 2,127,685 inhabitants. The archipelago's beaches, climate and important natural attractions, especially Maspalomas in Gran Canaria and Teide National Park and Mount Teide in Tenerife, make it a major tourist destination with over 12 million visitors per year.