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December 4, 2008 / ipodgirl

Malaga, Spain

A very quick tour of some highlights from Malaga, Spain.

La Alcazaba is an 11th century fortress originally built by the Moors on top of an old Roman fortress.

Gibralfaro, another fortress and right beside La Alcazaba, this one from the 14th century.

And, of course, a cathedral, built in the 16th century.

Travel Trivia Warning: The cathedral is called La Manquita or “one-armed woman”, because it was originally designed to have two towers. As often happens, the project went over budget and they ended up building only one tower.

Fortunately things like this don’t happen today! Ha ha.

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