This is the second part of the Málaga pictures. You find Part 1 here. I only had a few hours because I have a bus to catch down to Marbella to meet Roberta. So let’s finish the walk with the Alcazaba of Málaga. Come and have a look!

Iglesia del Sagrado Corazon
Iglesia del Sagrado Corazon

Wedding
Wedding

On the Plaza de Felix Saenz
On the Plaza de Felix Saenz

Iglesia de San Juan
Iglesia de San Juan

Roof Details
Roof Details

Round house corner
Round house corner

Calle Puerta del Mar
Calle Puerta del Mar

Alcazaba of Málaga

Towering over the city of Málaga is the Alcazaba. It is a palatial fortification and was built by the Hammudid dynasty in the early 11th century.

A tower of the Alcazaba of Málaga
A tower of the Alcazaba of Málaga

Inside the Alcazaba of Málaga
Inside the Alcazaba of Málaga

View from the outer citadel
View from the outer citadel

Another tower with gate
Another tower with gate

View from the inner citadel to the harbour
View from the inner citadel to the harbour

Part of the palace
Part of the palace

One of the court yards
One of the court yards

View from the top
View from the top

Another court-yard - the Cuartos de Granada in the back
Another court-yard – the Cuartos de Granada in the back

The bull-fight ring
The bull-fight ring

Alcazaba of Málaga

Flamenco girl
Flamenco girl – I love those 8 bit pictures

I wonder when it was full the last time?
I wonder when it was full the last time? Everything is super dry over here.

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