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Claudia Knupfer

Claudia Knupfer is an actress, filmmaker, photo artist and graphic designer.
08.11.2021
Photos: Alex Díaz, Claudia Knupfer
08.11.2021
Photos: Claudia Knupfer
21.10.2021
Photos: Kike Navarro, Claudia Knupfer
08.11.2021
Photos: Claudia Knupfer
08.11.2021
Pretty alleys and squares with their rich historical and artistic heritage invite you to take leisurely exploratory walks. Shops, bars, restaurants and service outlets blend harmoniously with the different architectural styles. The old town centre of Santa Cruz de La Palma is protected as an architectural monument of cultural and historical value. Photos: Claudia Knupfer
21.10.2021
Puerto de Tazacorte is the place with the most hours of sunshine in Europe. Here you can lie on the beach, stroll along the promenade or enjoy fresh fish in the many restaurants. Breakwaters protect the bay and make the beach particularly child-friendly. Photos: Claudia Knupfer, Hubl Greiner, Uka Roesch
21.10.2021
The municipality capital Santo Domingo de Garafía is a picturesque village (approx. 350 m above sea level) with old Canarian houses, steep alleys and a plaza in the centre. Photos: Claudia Knupfer, Uka Roesch
09.11.2021
Photos: Hubl Greiner, Claudia Knupfer
09.11.2021
The beginning of the village of Tijarafe was a small chapel built around 1530. In 1567, the church Parroquía de Nuestra Señora de Candelaria was built in its place, and the community grew up around it. Photos: Claudia Knupfer, Ayuntamiento de Tijarafe
11.11.2021
Summer temperatures twelve months a year attract visitors to the most popular seaside resort on the beautiful Canary Island. Puerto Naos on the sunny west side of La Pama offers an EU Blue Flag beach with coconut palms, a car-free promenade and many bars, restaurants and beach kiosks. Photos: Hubl Greiner, Claudia Knupfer, Uka Roesch