Recreation of The Deed of July 25th, commemoration and historical recreation in the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife
July 25th, 1797
Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
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Recreation goes far beyond the act that we represent in Santa Cruz. All the history behind is reflected in those days and you can get to know it too .
Discover the timeline of events, the locations, the uniforms of the time and much more .
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The Deed was created in 2008 with the purpose of spreading how a small army and the determination of the people of Tenerife, under the orders of General Gutierrez de Otero, defeated to the most successful british military and its powerful navy.
The love for our city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and its history leads all the members of said Association to be permanently gathering knowledge of their uniforms, their militias, weapons and the daily chores of those dates.
Be part of The Deed
To take part in the recreation of The Deed on July 25 and all the Association’s events , you must register as a member. To do this, you must download and submit the completed documents that we put at your disposal on the Enlist page .
We only receive registration documentation for new members by email .
You can fill them out and sign them digitally or if you prefer to print them, fill them out and scan them.
You must send us all the documents to the contact email: email@example.com
The registration as a partner will not be effective until it is ratified in the general assembly.
This implies that once the application has been sent, you will not have to pay the fee until your application is ratified.
In case you do not have a weapons license, the association will indicate the procedures to carry out to obtain it .
If you already are in possession of arms, you must indicate it in the document “Enlistment Form”.
Military Historic Museum of the Canary Islands
Social Home of the Association of The Deed of July 25
In this museum the collections related to the Deed of July 25, 1797 are exhibited. As an introduction , in the lobby on the upper floor there is a large model of the city of Santa Cruz as it was at the end of the 18th century in which the story of The Deed is told, accompanied by lights.