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Alcazaba

posted by preade on 31 August 2011 at 09:34

You can't miss this when you come to Malaga, even if your only holiday plan was to tan! Amazing views, fantastic place, and you can even see a really old roman theatre too just there.

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Central Malaga, you'll see it!

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Alcazaba

posted by DVC_Chris on 1 June 2009 at 02:54

It is easy to forget that at one point Spain was under the control of the Moors for a good point of its history. When visiting Malaga it is very evident, as that is the site of the almost 1000 year old Alcazaba, an impressive fortress dating back to Moorish occupation. In addition to enjoying the citadel itself, and seeing the history exhibits there, I really enjoyed the view from the top of the wall, it gave a great view of all of Malaga.

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