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
RV (Recreational vehicle), and Rob Dyrdek and Big Black (Christopher Boykin) drove the rally in a rental car. Gary Lutke and John Docherty won the coveted Spirit Trophy in a Citroën 2CV, and the Style Award was presented to Alex Roy's Team Polizei 144, dressed as Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Entrepreneur Justin Etzin and Model Mellissa Bradbury drove an Original NYPD Ford Crown Victoria Police Car, and were awarded most original Car of the Rally. The Safety Award
, and the Miramar, which opened its doors in 1926. During the Second Republic, Marbella experienced major social changes and contentious
by a wide majority. He and his party, the neo-conservative Independent Liberal Group ('Grupo Independiente Liberal' or GIL in Spanish), promised to fight petty crime as well as the region's declining prestige. Actor Sean Connery became Marbella's international spokesman, although Connery later ended this business relationship after Gil used his image in an election campaign. Gil's administration facilitated a building boom. However, critics complained about disregard for the existing
residents * Sean Connery had a residence in Marbella from 1970 to 1998, where he was regularly seen playing golf when not filming. * George Clooney-actor *Ebi, Persian singer *Ahdiyeh, Persian singer * Ousted Cuban president
Diccionario de la Lengua Española '' (Dictionary of the Spanish Language) published by the Royal Spanish Academy. The use of "marbellí" as a gentilic was popularised by the writer and journalist Victor de la Serna (1896–1958), who wrote a series of documentary articles on "The Navy of Andalucía"; in his research he had
: www.pgb.es marbella html isp_ingenio.htm archivedate 29 June 2012 it contains sculptures made from second-hand car parts by Antonio Alonso. Cuisine The traditional cuisine of Marbella is that of the Malagueño coast and is based on seafood. The most typical dish is fried fish, using anchovies, mackerel, mullet or squid, amongst others. Gazpacho and garlic soup are very typical. Bakeries sell oil cakes, wine donuts, borrachuelos (aniseed rolls fried with a little wine
name Babilonia Restaurant alt url email address lat long directions phone +34 952 82 88 61 tollfree fax hours price content Ctra. de Istan - Km. 0,8; - Italian & international * *
restaurant "Vivo" at Berlins well known Grand Hotel Esplanade. Conrads cooking style is straight and Mediterranean kitchen, which accentuates the taste of the high quality products abstaining from needless razzle-dazzle. For Il Ristorante he designed a well balanced Italian and international menu card, which is accompanied by an elaborated list of wines. *
and dipped into syrup), torrijas (similar to French toast) and churros (fritters). In addition to the traditional native cuisine, there are many restaurants in Marbella that serve food of the international, nouvelle, or fusion cuisines.
; Marbella, Andalusia, Spain capacity 9,000 '''Unión Deportiva Marbella''' is a Spanish football team (List of football clubs in Spain) based in Marbella, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. Founded in 1997, it currently plays in 3ª - Group 9 (Tercera División), holding home matches at ''Estadio Municipal de Marbella'', with a capacity of 9,000 seats. File:Old town street Marbella.jpg thumb 300px Street in Old
'''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,