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Spain, Malaga – A City Almost 3 Thousand Years Old
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Malaga is one of the oldest cities in Europe where countless sights await you. The Phoenicians founded the city as early as 770 BC and has been developing since then. In today's video we will look at the most interesting sights, so look forward to the Alcazaba fortress, the remains of the original fortifications of the Phoenicians, Santiago Church and more. But we will also walk through the streets of Malaga, because in fact there is one big museum.
Right on the famous Costa del Sol in Andalusia, Spain, lies one of Europe's oldest cities, Malaga. The formation of the Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs and Spaniards. That's why countless sights await you. In the article and video, we'll take you to the most interesting.
The third largest cathedral in Europe, the sarcophagus of Christopher Columbus, the Royal Palace of Alcázar, but also plenty of culture, fine food and wine. These are all the attractions of the largest city of southern Spain. Let's go there together.
Spanish cathedrals are among the most impressive of all of Europe. Neither Malaga was left behind, and between 1528 and 1782 the majestic Incarnation Cathedral grew up here, which we will now look into together.
Even though summer is slowly coming to an end, it is still a good time for vacation. Today, we will head the sunny country of Spain, more precisely to Andalusia. We will see the province of Malaga to enjoy the Costa del Sol.
Southern nations are famous for how much time they spend outside in the streets of their cities. Whether it's a several hours long dinner or an afternoon coffee. Let us now go back together to Malaga on the Andalusian coast and soak up at least a fraction of the local atmosphere.