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Resin Fridge Magnet: Spain. Malaga View

Resin Fridge Magnet: Spain. Malaga View
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Resin Fridge Magnet: Spain. Malaga View
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  • Peso: 60.00g
  • Las dimensiones: 10.00mm x 70.00mm x 50.00mm
  • SKU: 00005050

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What an Amazing Vista on Spain's Costa del Sol

This entrancing scenery is a panoramic view of the city of Malaga along the Mediterranean shoreline of Spain, the Sun Coast, and it has been encapsulated on a uniquely attractive Worldwide Gifts collectible refrigerator magnet. Millions of tourists enjoy their summer holidays here on the Costa del Sol, and this attractive portrait of Malaga is a splendid souvenir from Spain for these visitors.

Some of the most notable elements of Malaga's scenery include the circular structure in the foreground of the picture, which is the Malaga Club de Football arena, Rosaleda Stadium. There are also many luxurious high rise hotels in the more modern portion of the city, while a little further in the distance lies the Old Town Center, Malaga's ancient historic district. The picture includes a view of the waterfront with its many marinas and beaches, and in the distance rise the breathtakingly beautiful Montes de Malaga, the mountains of Malaga.

Lots of Interesting Sites and Enjoyable Activities in Malaga

For a vacation destination this incredible city on the sunny shores of Spain has a great deal to offer. Most visitors come here for the marvelous combination of beaches and mountains to enjoy both surfing and rock-climbing. The beaches are packed with sunbathers, especially La Malaguita, and the waters are perfect for swimming, diving, fishing and boating. The Montes de Malaga offer a gorgeous nature reserve park with fantastic hiking trails, and the famous "King's Walkway" atop the El Chorro Gorge is an experience to remember.

Historic landmarks include the Alcazaba, which was a Moorish castle constructed sometime in the 11th century, with amazing gardens and the ruins of a Roman Amphitheater. The Castillo de Gibralfaro is another local castle, and the Malaga Cathedral a particularly beautiful sight. And of course, since Malaga was the birthplace of Picasso, no visit to the city is complete without wandering through the Picasso Museum.

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