Christmas in Malaga

all lit up for Christmas
all lit up for Christmas
Artificial "tree"
Artificial “tree”
The horse of the Persian King
The horse of the Persian King
The strange hybrid lion of the Indian king
The strange hybrid lion of the Indian king
Camel stead of Arabian king
Camel stead of Arabian king
Belen at the Cathedral
Belen at the Cathedral
The Cathedral
The Cathedral
Cathedral Square on Chirstmas day
Cathedral Square on Chirstmas day
Gibralfaro citadel
Gibralfaro citadel
The way up Gibralfaro
The way up Gibralfaro
Ahhh to live in that house!
Ahhh to live in that house!
Costa del sol at a distance
Costa del sol at a distance
Malaga city center
Malaga city center
Plaza de Torros
Plaza de Torros
Alcazaba castle
Alcazaba castle
Alcazaba zenana?
Alcazaba zenana?
Gibralfaro
Gibralfaro
Gardens of Alcazaba
Gardens of Alcazaba
Phoenecian ruins at the base of Gibralfaro
Phoenecian ruins at the base of Gibralfaro
Christmas eve meal
Christmas eve meal
Christmas dessert
Christmas dessert
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3 thoughts on “Christmas in Malaga

    1. mmmm….I made that up?! As in, I dont know which “stead” belongs to which king. I just matched them up to the best of my imagination 😉

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