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Amsterdam Airport.España. Andalucía.Malaga, centro de la ciudad.Malaga, centro de la ciudad. (2)Benalmádena.Benalmádena. (2)Mount Calamorro, the highest spot in Benalmádena (800 metres altitude above sea level). Benalmádena. (3)View from Mount Calamorro in Benalmádena, at 800 metres altitude above sea level. Benalmádena vistas. Benalmádena vistas.  (2)Views from the highest point on the Málaga coast, at an altitude of almost 800m above sea level. Benalmádena vistas.  (3)Costa del Sol.Benalmádena, at the Malaga coast.Benalmádena, at the Malaga coast. (2)Benalmádena, at the Malaga coast. (3)Downtown Malaga. Downtown Malaga. (2)Malaga. (3)Malaga. (4)Malaga. (5)Malaga. (6)Malaga, home of Picasso. And the Fundación Casa Natal Picasso.Malaga harbour.Malaga harbour. (2)Malaga harbour. (3)Malaga. (7)Malaga. (8)The Radiant. US$ 280 million. Owned by Abdulla al Futtaim. Malaga harbour. (4)Malaga harbour. (5)Malaga. (9)Malaga Cathedral.Malaga. Museo de Picasso.Malaga. (10)Malaga. (11)Malaga. (12)Estación de Málaga-María Zambrano.Córdoba Hotel.Córdoba.Córdoba. (2)Guadalquivir, at the times of the Romans, navigable to Córdoba.Puerta del Puente. Bridge gate, 1572. Next to the Roman bridge of Cordoba.The Roman Stoic philosopher Seneca was born in Córdoba, Hispania. 4 BC.Córdoba. (4)Mezquita de Córdoba.Mezquita de Córdoba. (2)Mezquita de Córdoba. (3)Mezquita de Córdoba. (4)Mezquita de Córdoba. (5)Mezquita de Córdoba. (6)Mezquita de Córdoba. (7)Mezquita de Córdoba. (8)Mezquita de Córdoba. (9)Mezquita de Córdoba. (10)Mezquita de Córdoba. (11)Mezquita de Córdoba. (12)Mezquita de Córdoba. (13)Mezquita de Córdoba. (14)Mezquita de Córdoba. (15)Córdoba 2016?Córdoba. (16)Córdoba. (17)Córdoba. (2)Córdoba.  (3)Córdoba. Pre birth scans.Córdoba. (18)Córdoba. (19)Castillo de Almodóvar del Río, of Moorish origins, Anno 760,  24 kms outside Córdoba.Sevilla. Catedral de Santa María de la Sede. Sevilla Cathedral. Sevilla.  (2)Sevilla Cathedral.  (2)John the Baptist. John the Baptist.  (2)"Hagamos una Iglesia tan hermosa y tan grandiosa que los que la vieren labrada nos tengan por locos".Sevilla Cathedral.  (3)On 10 August 1519, Megallan and his more than 234 men left Sevilla. Only 18 men returned. Sevilla Cathedral.  (4)Tomb of Christopher Columbus, or Cristobal Colón, Sevilla Cathedral.DNA samples tell us that at least some of the 500 year old bones in the tomb belongs to Columbus.Sevilla Cathedral.  (5)Sevilla Cathedral.  (6)Sevilla Cathedral.  (7)Sevilla Cathedral.  (8)Sevilla Cathedral.  (9)"Let us build a church so beautiful and so grand that those who see it finished will think we are mad"Sevilla Cathedral.  (11)Sevilla Cathedral.  (12)Sevilla Cathedral.  (13)Sevilla Cathedral.  (14)Sevilla Cathedral.  (15)Sevilla Cathedral.  (16)Sevilla Cathedral.  (12)Sevilla Cathedral.  (17)Sevilla Cathedral.  (18)Sevilla Cathedral.  (19)Sevilla Cathedral.  (20)Views from the Sevilla Cathedral. Views from the Sevilla Cathedral.  (2)Views from the Sevilla Cathedral.  (3)Sevilla Cathedral.  (21)Turistas.The Sevilla Cathedral. Sevilla. (2)Sevilla. (3)Roman emperors Trajan (98-117) and Hadrian (117 - 138) was born in Italica 9 kms NW of Sevilla.Sevilla. (5)Sevilla. (6)Sevilla. (7)From 1503, Sevilla had monopoly on Spanish trade with the Americas. Making it one of the richest cities on Earth.Sevilla, puerto y puerta de Indias (port and gateway of the Indies).Guadalquivir, Sevilla. (3)Guadalquivir, Sevilla. And Sevilla Tower, 178 meter high.Guadalquivir, Sevilla. (4)The Río Guadalquivir is navigable to the Atlantic Ocean some 80 km away.Torre del Oro. Constructed in the first third of the 13th century. Sevilla.  (3)Sevilla.  (4)Sevilla.  (5)Sevilla.  (6)Sevilla.  (7)Sevilla.  (8)Sevilla.  (9)No, Antonio Banderas was born in Malaga. Sevilla.  Cristóbal Colón monument. Sevilla.  (10)Sevilla.  (11)Sevilla.  (12)Sevilla.  (13)Sevilla.  (14)The 12.000 capacity bullring Plaza de toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla.Plaza de toros.Plaza de toros. (2)Plaza de toros. (3)Plaza de toros. (4)Plaza de toros. (5)Plaza de toros. (6)Plaza de toros. (7)Joana Jiménez (Sevilla, España, 26 de mayo de 1977) es una cantante española.Julius Caesar was propraetor of Hispania Ulterior, and Sevilla, then Hispalis, 68 BC - 65 BC.The Mushrooms. Sevilla. Sevilla.  (16)Vikings raided Sevilla in 844 and left the city in ruins. A few Vikings converted to Islam, and became cheese traders.Sevilla.  (18)Muslim Seville, called Ishbiliya, fell to Fernando III (El Santo, the Saint) of Castilla in 1248.In democratic Spain, Sevillano Felipe González is (sofar) the country's longest serving prime minister (1982-96).Andalucía's hinterland is the hottest area of Europe. And Sevilla has the highest average annual temperature at 19.2 .Malaga airport.Leaving Malaga airport.Leaving Malaga airport. (2)Leaving Malaga airport. (3)Paris CDG, Air France Hop!