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14:38

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Around the galleries

Denise Bush

...over the last two hundred years; how it faired during wars and earthquakes and what it meant to sailors, vessels and the port of Malaga. Creadores 2018 Malaga. Until 8 July. La Térmica, Avda de Los Guindos. Irene González, Ernesto Casero, Enar

15:12

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Around the galleries

Denise Bush

...detailing how important the lighthouse has been to malaga over the last two hundred years. How it faired during wars and earthquakes, what it meant to sailors, vessels and the port of Malaga. The donkey and his relations, Mijas Nancy Holt Mijas.

14:47

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Around the galleries

Denise Bush

...the lighthouse has been to Malaga over the last two hundred years; how it fared during wars and earthquakes and what it meant to sailors, vessels and the port of Malaga. Jane Gomis, Fuengirola José Luis Puche Malaga. Until 26 August. Centro

11:49

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Foreigners who changed the image of Malaga

Liz Parry

...their surnames becoming part of the cosmopolitan identity of Malaga. Dr Noble The Gneisenau sailors in need of medical assistance were taken to the hospital situated very close to the port, the “Hospital Noble”. This hospital's name came not from the ... came to the port. His heirs complied with his wishes and sailors from the Gneisenau were among those who had cause to be grateful for his charity. So too, were the victims of the Rif War who were brought to Malaga for medical assistance. The city

21:26

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Gazing at Malaga from the decks of a galleon

PABLO MARINETTO

“to appreciate the challenges and feats of the Spanish sailors centuries ago,” says foundation representative Fernando Viota. “A visit to the ship is full of symbolism.” Malaga was also the birthplace of one of the greatest explorers of the 16th

17:31

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The 'flu' virus that killed 1,500 people in Malaga a century ago

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

...run by a Board of Ladies, and it assisted people living in the area and sailors of all nationalities. This is where those injured in the incidents in Melilla (1893), those repatriated from Cuba and the Philippines (1898) and the victims of the

18:46

Travel

Bermuda

Andrew Forbes

...islands reefs to prevent it being sunk during a storm. Once safely on land the crew were to build new ships from the island's abundant cedar trees. Yet some of the sailors stayed behind to make Bermuda their home. In 1612 the town of St George was