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La chiesa del Sagrado Corazón spunta improvvisamente dietro un angolo, incastrata tra i palazzi che la circondano. The church of Sagrado Corazón suddenly appears as we turn a corner, stuck in between the buildings around it.

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I caffe’, i ristoranti e i bar del centro storico hanno tutti i tavoli all’aperto. La temperature primaverile e’ davvero piacevole e si sta d’incanto. All the cafeteria, restaurants and bars in the historical centre have an outdoor space. The spring temperatures are very pleasant and it feels great outside.

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Pablo Picasso e’ nato a Malaga?? Pensa te quante cose imparo mentre durante i miei viaggi. Oggi sono un po’ meno ignorante di ieri! Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga?? What do i know! One more thing I’ve learned during my trips. Today I’m a little less ignorant than yesterday!! Casa natala di Pablo Picasso […]

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Le incredibili strade di marmo nella citta’ di Malaga. Meravigliosamente pulita, i palazzi colorati e allegri. E mai che manchino i gerani alle finestre e sui balconi!!! Questa e’ l’Andalusia. The incredible marble pavements of the streets in Malaga. Amazingly clean city, with colorful and cheerful buildings. And there are geraniums everywhere, hanging from the […]

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Il porto di Malaga e il castello dell’Alcazaba The port of Malaga and the Alcazaba Castle

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Il castello di Alcazaba a Malaga, e sotto le rovine romane The Alcazaba Castle in Malaga, and the Roman ruins below

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Questi arabi la sapevano lunga!! Sceglievano sempre i posti con i panorami migliori, altro che vedetta sul mare! These Arabs knew what they were doing!! They always chose the place with the best panorama, who cares about the lookout post!! View on the city from the Alcazaba Plaza de toros di Malaga

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Una terrazza dell’Alcazaba – A terrace of the Alcazaba

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Il castello di Alcazaba a Malaga – The Alcazaba castle in Malaga

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And after Granada, here I am in Malaga. I try to make up my deficiencies asking Carmen, my “tourist guide”, as much information as I can about this city. We reach the port, after a long bus ride along the coast, hopping from town to town, on the road that  connects Almunecar to Malaga and I […]

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