According to legend, Guayota (the devil) kidnapped Magec (the god of light and the sun) and imprisoned him inside El Teide. The Guanches asked their supreme god Achamán for clemency, so Achamán fought Guayota, freed Magec from the bowels of the mountain, and plugged the crater with Guayota. It is said that since then, Guayota has remained locked inside Teide.

According to legend, Guayota (the devil) kidnapped Magec (the god of light and the sun) and imprisoned him inside El Teide. The Guanches asked their supreme god Achamán for clemency, so Achamán fought Guayota, freed Magec from the bowels of the mountain, and plugged the crater with Guayota. It is said that since then, Guayota has remained locked inside Teide.

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Stock photo: According to legend, Guayota (the devil) kidnapped Magec (the god of light and the sun) and imprisoned him inside El Teide. The Guanches asked their supreme god Achamán for clemency, so Achamán fought Guayota, freed Magec from the bowels of the mountain, and plugged the crater with Guayota. It is said that since then, Guayota has remained locked inside Teide. was taken by avamariia on 12-05-2017 with FUJIFILM model X-T10 . DPI width: 72.0, height 72.0 . White balance settings: 0.