Marbella

What is Marbella known for?


analysis+energy

in Marbella, Spain; the cause was lymphoma. DATE OF DEATH November 4, 2007 PLACE OF DEATH Marbella, Spain Emir storyline Bryan Woodman (Matt Damon) is an energy analyst (energy analysis) based in Geneva, Switzerland. Woodman's supervisor directs him to attend a private party hosted by the emir at his estate in Marbella, Spain to offer his company's services. The Emir's illness during the party prevents Woodman from speaking directly


collection including

https: www.wsws.org en articles 2006 10 spai-o17.html publisher World Socialist Web Site date 17 October 2006 accessdate 9 June 2014 Roca reportedly claimed to control the town after Gil's death. At the height of his wealth he was one of the richest men in Andalucia, having accumulated several hotels, ranches with more than 103 thoroughbred horses and fighting bulls, a private jet, a helicopter, 14 vintage cars, 5 kilos of jewelry, and a 275 piece art collection including


made guest

Belles in 1969. She also made guest appearances on American television series. She retired in the 1970s. She married Prince Alfonso of Hohenlohe-Langenburg in Marbella, Spain in February 1971.


local celebrity

death_place Marbella, Spain image 200px (Image:Bundesarchiv Bild 183-2004-0330-500, Otto Ernst Remer.jpg) DATE OF DEATH 4 October 1997 PLACE OF DEATH Marbella, Spain In the 1980s the Khashoggi family occupied one of the largest villa estates in Marbella, called ''Baraka'', hosting lavish parties usually arranged by Marbella's "Monroe's" club proprietor and local celebrity Robert Young (born Robert Parkes UK 1953). These parties were legendary


guest appearances

Belles in 1969. She also made guest appearances on American television series. She retired in the 1970s. She married Prince Alfonso of Hohenlohe-Langenburg in Marbella, Spain in February 1971.


home English

melodrama ''Dynasty'' while living in her Marbella vacation home. * English writer Vincent Cronin had a home in Marbella for decades and passed away there in 2011. * Arms dealer Monzer al-Kassar was a longtime resident until his imprisonment, and has been nicknamed "The Prince of Marbella". * Mark Langford, the former, multi-millionaire boss of The Accident Group who notoriously sacked most of his 2,700 staff by text message, died after being involved in a car accident


extensive collection

and other cultural classrooms, amongst them the olive oil mill. *Bonsai Museum: opened in 1992, it has a collection of specimens on permanent display and others for sale, with an emphasis on its extensive collection of olive trees<


quality regular

(there really shouldn't be any, since the bus takes the toll road), the ride should take around 40 min. Marbella's central bus station is right off the motor way (A-7 E-15), right off exit 164.are high quality regular bus services along the length of the Costa. Although cheap, the buses can run to their own timetable (!) and are often very busy in summer. By train There is a train service between Fuengirola and Malaga, which


major social

, and the Miramar, which opened its doors in 1926. During the Second Republic, Marbella experienced major social changes and contentious


articles show

Bulgarian , and Chinese (Chinese people). There are more than 200,000 migrants from Sub-Saharan Africa living in Spain, principally Senegaleses (Senegalese people) and Nigerians (Nigerian people). "PKFHSPKFHS articles show 295183,financial-crisis-reveals-vulnerability-of-spains-immigrants--feature.html Financial crisis reveals vulnerability of Spain's immigrants – Feature ". The Earth Times. 18 November 2009. ref>

Marbella

'''Marbella''' ( ) is a city and municipality in southern Spain, belonging to the province of Málaga in the autonomous community of Andalusia. It is part of the Costa del Sol and is the headquarters of the Association of Municipalities of the region; it is also the head of the judicial district that bears its name.

Marbella is situated on the Mediterranean Sea, between Málaga and the Gibraltar Strait, in the foothills of the Sierra Blanca (Sierra Blanca (Andalusia)). The municipality covers an area of crossed by highways on the coast, which are its main entrances.

In 2012 the population of the city was 140,473 inhabitants, making it the second most populous municipality in the province of Málaga and the eighth in Andalusia. It is one of the most important tourist cities of the Costa del Sol and throughout most of the year is an international tourist attraction, due mainly to its climate and tourist infrastructure.

The city also has a significant archaeological heritage,

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