Photographer's Note

Málaga´s vast Alcazaba was built between the 8th and 11th centuries on the site of a Roman town. The two are curiously juxtaposted with the Roman amphitheatre discovered in 1951, just outside the entrance. The remains of the roman walls can be seen, but the real attraction is the Museo Arqueológico, housing collections of Phoenician Roaman and Moorish artifacts including fine ceramics. The palace was built in the 14th century by Muslims. This fortress and palace are built within the Malaga city walls. At the edge of the fortress is a castle, named "Castillo Gibralfaro", connected to the Alzacaba by a passageway.

There are spectaculair views over the old town, the port and the Málaga bullring.

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