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The bridge of the Germans and its curious history

On December 16, 1900, the German frigate Gneisenau was shipwrecked off the coast of Malaga, after crashing into the jetty of the port, due to the storm. Many German sailors perished in the disaster. The event could be seen from the beach and many people from Malaga...

Malaga already breathes Christmas

If last week the Christmas lighting in Malaga took place, in addition to the opening of Christmas markets, today is the turn of the Municipal Bethlehem, which has opened this morning in the courtyard of the City Hall. Morning Pasacalles Circo, Málaga Brass Band and...

The International Day of the Educating City, in Malaga

The Councilor for Education of the City of Malaga, Luis Verde, has reported on the activities and events organized these days (until November 29) on the occasion of the fourth edition of the International Day of the Educating City. This commemoration has been...

La Nao Victoria on the Malaga coast

Nao Victoria has docked at the port of Fuengirola. It is the only existing replica of the ship that went around the world. It will be available for your visit to the public, until November 24, so you can't miss it. Visitors can climb on their decks and tour them, to...

Capoeira

Today we want to talk about the capoeira classes taught by Rodrigo Oliveira Feitosa. Until December 31, and for 30 euros a month, we will be able to enjoy your classes (Tuesday and Thursday, from 8pm to 9pm). Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian martial art that combines...