Malaga , Southern Spain

City and seaport on the Mediterranean Sea, near Gibraltar.

Industries in the city produce sugar, wine, cotton textiles, and chemicals.

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Malaga is a celebrated resort and one of the most important commercial seaports of Spain. 

Malaga was captured in 1487 by Spainish Christians after a heroic resistance. From 1810 to 1812 it was held by the French. Its historic buildings include a 16th-century cathedral and the ruins of a Moorish fortress. 

Málaga was founded by Phoenicians in the 12th century BC and was at various times a Carthaginian, Roman, or Moorish colony. Under the Romans, and especially under the Moors, it developed into a strong military station.

Andalucia region

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Major cities near Malaga:  

Northwest
Lisbon
470 km

Northwest
Sevilla
150 km

North
Madrid
430 km

Northeast
Valencia
470 km

Barcelona

 

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