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and Madrid. Arias was close to the right-wing sectors and joined the Francoist side during the Spanish Civil War. He was public prosecutor in the trials set up by the triumphant rightists against true or perceived sympathizers of the Republican side, who were accused of being pro-communists. The repression in Málaga was among the most vicious, with some 20,000 people assassinated by Franco's Nationalists, with or without "legal" sanction. Beevor, Antony ''The Battle
Calleri , Mariano Zabaleta and Lucas Arnold. Spain won 3–2, but Gaudio lost both of his matches easily to Juan Carlos Ferrero losing 14 games in a row in a 6–4 6–0 6–0 defeat and in the fifth match against Carlos Moyà 6–1, 6–4, 6–2 and was roundly criticised back in Argentina for these performances. "When I returned to Buenos Aires after playing Davis Cup in Moscow and Málaga, you had the impression it was my fault and that hurt me", he said. ref name "Inspiration
appearances on television. She became an international sensation, from Spain to Japan. DATE OF BIRTH 4 February 1948 PLACE OF BIRTH Málaga, Spain DATE OF DEATH On 6 February 2008, in Málaga, Capdevila scored the winning goal in Spain's 1–0 win against France (France national football team) in an international friendly. He was subsequently called up to Spain's squad for Euro 2008, where he featured in all the matches save one for the eventual champions. During the tournament he established himself as first-choice, his clearance in the dying seconds against Sweden being a crucial part of David Villa's late winner to make the score 2–1. Together with right-back Sergio Ramos and central defenders Carles Puyol and Carlos Marchena, he helped keep clean sheets (Shutout) during all three matches of the knock-out stages and only conceded two goals in four matches. - 2. 6 February 2008 Estadio La Rosaleda, Málaga, Spain Dmoz:Regional Europe Spain Autonomous Communities Andalucia Malaga Malaga Commons:Category:Málaga Wikipedia:Málaga
, Spain '''Torremolinos''' is a municipality on the Costa del Sol of the Mediterranean, immediately to the west of the city of Málaga, in the province of Málaga (Málaga (province)) in the autonomous region of Andalusia in southern Spain. A poor fishing village before the growth in tourism beginning in the late 1950s, Torremolinos was the first of the Costa del Sol resorts to develop. It includes the city of Málaga and the towns of Torremolinos
Mascara , Mascara Province, Algeria (''since June 9, 2008'') birth_date birth_place Málaga, Andalucía, Spain othername Pepa Flores Biography Marisol was born Maria Josefa Flores on February 4, 1948 in Málaga, Andalusia, Spain. From early on, she demonstrated a great love of singing and traditional flamenco dance. In 1959, she was discovered by the film producer, Manuel J. Goyanes, who saw one of her
'' and returned to Málaga to start the printing shop Imprenta Sur ('Southern Press'), where he drew together many of his friends, publishing most of their early verse. Welles edited ''The Trial'' in Paris while technically on vacation; he commuted in on weekends from Málaga, Spain, where he was taking time to film sequences (reported as being ''"the prologue and epilogue"'') for his self-financed film adaptation of ''Don Quixote (Don Quixote (unfinished film))'', to oversee
, Spain death_date '''Pepe Romero''' (born March 8, 1944 in Málaga, Spain) is a world-renowned classical (classical guitar) and flamenco guitarist. He is particularly famous for his outstanding technique and colorful musical interpretations on the instrument. DATE OF BIRTH March 8, 1944 PLACE OF BIRTH Málaga, Spain DATE OF DEATH At first centred on Málaga in the south, and using typical Islamic decoration, by the 15th century the largest production was around Valencia (Valencia, Spain), which had long been reconquered (Reconquista) by the Kingdom of Aragon. Wares from Manises and other Valencian towns were mainly for the Christian market, and exported very widely. Andalucia The earliest major centre of fine pottery in Al-Andaluz was Málaga in southern Spain. This is the major centre whose best-known wares were produced in a Muslim kingdom, as opposed to by a workforce presumed to be largely Muslim, or Morisco, under Christian rule. It was already celebrated for its gold lustrewares in the 14th century, and remained under Muslim rule until 1487, shortly before the fall of Granada, the last Moorish kingdom. Murcia, Almería, and perhaps Granada itself were also early centres of production. Nasrid; the tiles in the Alhambra may have been made locally, for example - see Jones & Michell, p. 271, no. 424 This pottery stayed much closer to styles seen in other Islamic countries, although much of it was being exported to Christian markets, as can be seen by the coats of arms on many pieces. # ''Feria'': assez animé. The second part is a dance, resembling the fandango immortalized in the folklore of Málaga. The third part is an orchestration of a habanera (Habanera (music)) written for two pianos in 1895 which was originally designed as the first of two "sites auriculaires." **Barcelona (Barcelona International Airport) **Málaga (Malaga Airport) **Palma de Mallorca (Son Sant Joan Airport) *Madrid - Barajas Airport ''Base'' *Málaga - Málaga Airport *Minorca - Menorca Airport seasonal *Madrid - Barajas Airport *Málaga - Málaga Airport *Minorca - Menorca Airport On 9 January 2008, Ryanair announced that they would base one of their Boeing 737-800s at Bournemouth from April 2008. Dmoz:Regional Europe Spain Autonomous Communities Andalucia Malaga Malaga Commons:Category:Málaga Wikipedia:Málaga
the post-production work. Early life As a child he lived in Ceuta (a Spanish colony on the north coast of Africa) and Málaga (a city in southern Spain). It was during his teenage years, as a student in Camagüey, that he
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'''Málaga''' ( north of Africa.
Málaga enjoys a subtropical–mediterranean (Mediterranean climate) climate. It has one of the warmest winters in Europe, with average temperatures of .
Málaga's history spans about 2,800 years, making it one of the oldest cities in the world (List of cities by time of continuous habitation). It was founded by the Phoenicians as ''Malaka'' about 770 BC, and from the 6th century BC was under the hegemony of Ancient Carthage. Then from 218 BC it was ruled by the Roman Republic and later the Roman Empire as ''Malaca'' (Latin). After the fall of the empire it was under Islamic domination as ''Mālaqah'' ('''مالقة''') for 800 years, but in 1487 it again came under Christian rule in the Reconquista. The archaeological remains and monuments from the Phoenician, Roman, Arabic and Christian eras make the historic center of the city an "open museum", displaying its rich history of more than 3,000 years.
This important cultural infrastructure and the rich artistic heritage have culminated in the nomination of Málaga as a candidate for the 2016 European Capital of Culture.
The internationally acclaimed painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso, Hebrew poet and Jewish philosopher Solomon Ibn Gabirol and actor Antonio Banderas were born in Málaga. The magnum opus of Cuban composer Ernesto Lecuona, "Malagueña (Malagueña (song))", is named for the music of this region of Spain.
The most important business sectors in Málaga are tourism, construction and technology services, but other sectors such as transportation and logistics are beginning to expand. The Andalusia Technology Park (PTA) (Andalusia Technology Park), located in Málaga, has enjoyed significant growth since its inauguration in 1992. Málaga is the main economic and financial centre of southern Spain, home of the region (Andalusia)'s largest bank, Unicaja, and the fourth-ranking city in economic activity in Spain (Economy of Spain) behind Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia (Valencia, Spain). url http: www.anuarieco.lacaixa.comunicacions.com java X?cgi caixa.le_menuGeneral.pattern title LaCaixa Bank economic report, 2011 (spanish)