Start a new Travel Blog! Blogabond Home Maps People Photos My Stuff

Inside The Alcazaba

Malaga, Spain

The Alcazaba is the remains of an ancient moorish palace erected in the 9th or 10th century when the Arabs began to lose their grip on Andalusia. Because it was constructed with softer sandstone it has been recronstructed. Ferdinand and Isabella stayed in this palace when they reconquered Malaga from the Arabs. Inside the Alcazaba we saw amazing Arab artwork and architecture as well as beautiful indoor gardens shown in the following pictures

In the following pictures there is an ancient kiln used by the moors and Gabi next to a bath tub Fountain that we found inside.

permalink written by  andres3009 on July 4, 2012 from Malaga, Spain
from the travel blog: Spain Trip 2012
tagged Spain, Fountain, Malaga and Alcazaba

Send a Compliment

Thank you for sharing. Please keep doing this. Wish I was there. I am the cousing how visited you at the House near Pacific Beach. My daughter Jessica and I were in San Diego for a laboratory conference 5-6 years ago. I'm also the cousin who bakes the Italian cookies that Grandma Worstell shared with you.

permalink written by  MaryRose on July 4, 2012

Thanks for sharing your adventures, Andres. Since your House is empty Bill and I have now moved in and we are loving San Diego. Keep those blog entries coming.

permalink written by  Sue Worstell Bowe on July 5, 2012

comment on this...
Previous: Around Malaga Next: At the Gibralfaro

trip feed
author feed
trip kml
author kml


Blogabond v2.40.58.80 © 2022 Expat Software Consulting Services about : press : rss : privacy
View as Map View as Satellite Imagery View as Map with Satellite Imagery Show/Hide Info Labels Zoom Out Zoom In Zoom Out Zoom In
find city: