Malaga
Province of Malaga
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Things To Do in Malaga

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Town
E57***91great genuine little Spanish village with pietonal streets , donkey rides and great views. Attraction not to be missed
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Ancient Settlement
chengse12135Malaga (Malaga) is located in the south coast of Spain, is Spain''s second largest port. From the most famous city in Andalusia, like granada, seville, cordoba is quite close, if you have interest to explore Andalusia, here is a good route. Malaga and her neighbor cities like door has a profound cultural and historical background.
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Castle
chengse12135Castle is the oldest part of the palace, is the moors in the 9th century to the Roman era built fort on the site. Here is the commanding heights of the granada, can see the complete albay area and most of granada
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Historical Architecture
chengse12135Malaga downtown church located in malaga, was once a mosque, in the 16th century or so into the church. Church has a has more than 4000 LeGuan instrument, can still played today.
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Seashore
Beach
ChenhutamuMalaga is a resort in southern Spain, and many tourists come to the beaches in summer. There are few people in winter, but they cannot go to sea. Take the cable car to the top of the mountain, overlooking the entire Sunny Beach, there is another feeling.
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suifeng2019The Picasso Museum is a small courtyard, but it takes at least an hour or two to see the paintings carefully. No photos are allowed, so no photos are left.