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    Looking at "Andalucïa" in a different way



    Dear Globetrotters,
    I want to offer you a different view of Andalusia than what one is used to in travel brochures, in order to plan your journey in a better way. Concentrated on the Province of Málaga (Costa del Sol and rural backland) and the Province of Granada (Sierra Nevada – skiing region, Axarquía). My collection grows every week, so please have a look from time to time. You can find the collection by Google search:
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    Never been to Malaga but eager to go!

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    I was surprised that in the section of History on Andalusia the Kingdom of Tartessos is not mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IrinaLoona View Post
    Never been to Malaga but eager to go!
    I lived there for almost 7 years ) It's enough for me really ) Andalusia in general and Malaga in particular is home to the hottest and driest summers in Spain. So if you are not used to that sort of climate I guess that staying there will bring only troubles ) btw Andalusia is also home to the driest place in continental Europe, the Cabo de Gata, with only 117 millimetres of rain per year. When I was thinking where to move from Malaga (though I like their local football team and shout for them since Samuel Eto'o played for Malaga FC long time ago) I was choosing between Spain and ... Spain )) love the country despite the fact that I am not a Spaniard but their cuisine and traditions are unique! My gf was born in Benidorm so we decided to go back there. Surprisingly but estates cost more than in Malaga (( I checked in this real estate catalogue https://www.realestateespanol.com/ and bought a bungalow for 179k euros (130 m2, several terraces, 2 bedrooms and 2 WC). Now I see that it was the right pick actually!

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    Malaga airport exceeds 2 million travelers for the first time in September

    The international airport of Malaga is breaking records continuously in recent years and in September a new milestone has been marked as the two million passengers have been exceeded for the first time.

    Something different about Malaga?

    Pablo Picasso.
    Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Crispiniano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso. This is the full name of the worldwide genius and artist known as Pablo Picasso




    Fernando Ortíz.

    Fernando Ortiz is one of the most important sculptors in 18th-century Spain. This was born in the city of Malaga in 1717 in a family of artisans.



    Francisco Palma Burgos.


    Francisco Palma Burgos was a notable Spanish sculptor and painter. Palma Burgos was born in the city of Malaga in 1918




    José Denis Belgrano.


    José Denis Belgrano was born in Malaga in 1844. Belgrano was one of the Spanish painters of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries preferred by the Malaga high bourgeoisie




    Miguel Berrocal.


    Miguel Ortiz Berrocal was born in the municipality of Villanueva de Algaidas on September 28, 1933. After his training as a sculptor, he created his first works




    Jorge Rando.


    Jorge Rando is a painter and sculptor born in Malaga in 1941. This artist has been linked to the neo-expressionist art movement.



    Félix Revello de Toro.


    The painter Revello de Toro was born in Malaga in 1928. Felix was a talented child from an early age



    Jaime Fernández Pimentel.


    Jaime Fernández Pimentel, known as Jaime Pimentel, was born in Malaga in 1933. He is a famous sculptor who has made numerous works for the province of Malaga



    Emilio Ocón y Rivas.


    Brother of the famous Eduardo Ocón, he was born in Malaga in 1845. He was a painter of the Malaga school of painting




    Andrés Parladé y Heredia.

    Painter and aristocrat born in 1859 and third count of Aguiar.




    José Moreno Villa.


    He was born in Malaga in 1887. He was a Spanish artist and painter. He was also a poet, critic and art historian



    Francisco Palma García.


    Father of the famous Francisco Palma Burgos. He was an important sculptor born in 1888. He made numerous images of Malaga's Holy Week.




    Pedro Pérez Hidalgo.


    He was born in 1912 and was an imager noted for his work as a carver. He made a large number of thrones, steps, images and restorations of post-war works.




    Jorge Lindell.


    Painter born in 1930 and member of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Telmo.



    Virgilio Galán Román.

    Born in 1931. Painter and member of the Academy of Fine Arts of San Telmo. He received numerous awards and distinctions throughout his life. He died in 2001.


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    Celia Berrocal.

    Malaga painter born in 1942. Student at the School of Fine Arts of Malaga. Bachelor of Applied Arts, specializing in Decoration.




    Pepe Bornoy.

    Painter, poet, printer and graphic designer born in Malaga in 1942.




    Raúl Berzosa.

    Malaga painter who was born in 1979.




    Antonio Montiel.

    Antequeran painter born in 1964.


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    MALAGUEÑOS DOCTORS AND SCIENTISTS

    Luis Encina Candebat.


    Luis Encina Candebat was born in Malaga in 1860. He was a doctor and politician. He graduated as a doctor in 1898. He had several private medical consultations in his hometown. He also held several important positions in the world of medicine, such as provincial health inspector, medical director of the tuberculosis clinic or president of the medical school of Malaga. In addition, he was a doctor in the Relief House of several districts, among many other charges.


    In relation to politics, he has been Deputy Mayor of the City of Malaga and the district of Victoria. He was also Mayor of Malaga and deputy to Cortes in 1920 for the province of Malaga. Although throughout his career he has held numerous positions related to politics. Luis Encina died in 1928. At present, there is a street in Malaga with the name Mayor Encina Candebat in his honor.

    Cristobal Jiménez Encina.



    Cristóbal was born in Monda, in 1866. He was an ENT doctor and poet. He studied at the universities of Valladolid and Madrid. Throughout his career as a doctor, he had numerous private medical consultations in the city of Madrid. He also worked in the Otolaryngology Service of the Rubio Institute, and in 1906 he was appointed Chief of the Section of the same. He was a professor at the Encarnación Institute charity center, where he was in charge of the throat, nose and ears service. He also consulted in the so-called Maria Cristina Dispensary or Antituberculous Dispensary in Madrid.


    Cristóbal was an Otorhinolaryngologist of the Hospital District Dispensary in 1934. In 1943 he went to the Victoria Eugenia Royal Sanatorium. In addition to all of the above, he held other important positions as Medical-School Inspector in Madrid, President of the Board of Directors of the Otolaryngological Society of Madrid, and President of the Board of Trustees for the deaf, blind and maternal Schools, among others.


    He also published numerous works on otolaryngology, and gave countless lectures. He has received some tributes, such as the Great Benefit Cross in 1927, the Civil Health Order in 1950, or the Gold Work Medal, four years later. Cristobal died in 1956 after a brilliant career. There are currently two streets in his honor with the name Doctor Jiménez Encina in the municipalities of Monda and Torremolinos.

    José Gálvez Ginachero.





    José Gálvez Ginachero was born in Malaga in 1866. He was a gynecologist, president of the Medical Association of Malaga and also, mayor of his hometown. At present, because of his religiosity and his help and contribution to the people of Malaga, Galvez is in the process of beatification.


    José attended the Mecidina degree in Granada, and the doctorate in Madrid, obtaining the "cum laude". He continued his studies in Paris, as a disciple of great doctors. In 1893 he entered the faculty of the Civil Hospital of Malaga, where he would receive throughout his career about one hundred and fifty thousand registered visits of women. This was due to the presence in this center of this famous doctor.


    José Gálvez's contributions to the world of medicine.


    He founded together with Queen Mother Maria Cristina the Health House of Santa Cristina in Madrid, of which he was director. He also created the Provincial Maternity of Malaga and the Midwifery School of the Civil Hospital. In 1921 he was elected President of the College of Physicians. In addition to all of the above, he created the National Nursing School of Madrid and the Nursing School of Malaga. He founded his own clinic, the Galvez Clinic, in his hometown.


    José Gálvez in politics.


    On the other hand, José Gálvez had a passion for Malaga. This led him to be mayor of the city. In his position he devoted himself to the service of the city for about 3 years. He founded at that time the Schools of the Ave Maria and constituted the Catholic Agricultural Union of Campanillas.


    In 1947 he was awarded the Grand Cross of the Order of Alfonso X the Wise. José Gálvez Ginachero finally died in 1952.

    Domingo de Orueta y Duarte.


    His portrait, in the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology, by E. Merle



    Domingo de Orueta y Duarte was born in 1862 in the city of Málaga. He was a geologist and scientist. He graduated as a chemical expert, and expanded his knowledge in England. He finished his degree at the School of Mining Engineers in Madrid in 1885. At this time he became a member of the American Microscopical Society, the United States Optical Society and the Royal Microscopical Society of London.


    Orueta taught Geology and mine work at the Free Institution of Education of Madrid, where he also publishes his first scientific works. In 1893 he is professor of Geometry, trigonometry and topography at the School of Foremen of Minas de Mieras. A few years later, he goes on to teach the subject of Electrical Engineering. In 1893 he also founded the Fábrica Orueta S.A., a forge workshop where Domingo patents a product that would achieve worldwide success. In addition, with his work at the factory Domingo would achieve great economic prosperity. In these years he becomes director of the Mieres Factory Society.


    Domingo de Orueta as a scientist.


    At his home in Gijón, Orueta also had a laboratory where he carried out his work in microscopy, optics and microphotography. Throughout his career as a scientist, he collaborated with the best European optical houses. Domingo even repeatedly granted them some patents. In recognition of his work related to industrial optics, he was named Doctor Honoris Causa by the University of Jena, in 1925.


    Orueta also published a work in relation to microscopy, which was considered the best work published in the world until then. In short, he made important contributions to industrial optics, having improved and invented new systems.


    He moved to Madrid in 1915, where he joined as a member of the Geological Institute of Spain. In that same year, Domingo de Orueta discovered the existence of platinum in the province of Malaga, in addition to nickel and chrome.
    In 1913, he requested a permit for a geological and petrographic study of the Serranía de Ronda, which would culminate in 1917. Domingo de Orueta and Duarte died in 1926.

    Aurelio Ramos Acosta.

    Republican doctor and politician born in Malaga in 1893. He was shot in 1937 after the occupation of Malaga by Franco's troops.



    Luis Dorado Luque.

    He was born in Antequera in 1898 and was a doctor and socialist politician. He opened a private consultation in Malaga, where he attended people without sufficient resources. He was shot by Franco's troops in 1936.



    Emilio Alba Conejo

    Medical professor specialist in oncology. He was born in Archidona in 1958. He is one of the most important experts in his specialty in the world. They highlight their research on Breast Cancer.




    Miguel Angel Pertierra Quesada.

    Specialist in Otolaryngology. He was born in Malaga in 1965. In his spare time he has investigated the death process and the experiences close to it.




    Juan Manuel Pascual Fernández.

    Malagueño born in 1967. He is a doctor, doctor and researcher, as well as a professor. His clinical specialty is childhood neurology. On the other hand, his scientific specialty is molecular biophysics. He also runs a research laboratory that focuses on various aspects of the brain.



    Miguel Angel Frutos Sanz.

    Doctor, doctor, researcher and teacher born in Malaga. He has been in charge of the Transplant Coordination of the Malaga Sector for more than 25 years. His specialties are nephrology and kidney transplants from living donors.


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    Emilio Galán Huertos.

    Born in Malaga in 1942, he is a Doctor of Geological Sciences, professor and researcher. It is an international reference in the field of clays.



    Dolores Pérez Ramírez.

    Physicist, astronomer, doctor and teacher born in Malaga in 1968. She achieved a brilliant career as a scientific researcher. He died prematurely at 46 years of ag

    José Gómez Ocaña.

    He was born in Malaga in 1860. He was a pioneer doctor in the experimental research of the optical centers in the cerebral cortex. Member and president of the Royal Spanish Society of Natural History, as well as a senator until his death in 1919.



    José Rodríguez Delgado
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    He was a professor and researcher who was born in Ronda in 1915. Famous for his research in electrical stimulation of the brain.



    Alberto Castro Tirado.

    Born in Malaga in 1966, he is an astronomer. Its main lines of action are related to high energy astronomy and robotic astrophysics. It occupies a prominent place among Spanish physics researchers.


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    MALAGUEÑOS ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS

    Fernando Guerrero Strachan.

    He was born in Malaga in 1879, and is configured as one of the most emblematic illustrious Malaga architects.





    Fernando Guerrero-Strachan Rosado

    Guerrero Strachan son was born in Malaga in 1907



    Enrique Atencia Molina.

    Enrique Atencia Molina was a Malaga architect of the twentieth century.



    Manuel Rivera Valentín.

    He was born in Malaga in 1879.




    Juan López Peñalver.

    Engineer, scientist and economist born in Malaga in 1763. Author of several books, he stood out for treating with mathematical criteria all the topics of his interest, such as economic ones, something that was unusual at that time. In addition, he participated in the measurement tasks that were carried out prior to the formulation of the Decimal Metric System. He died in 1835.



    Eduardo Strachan Viana-Cárdenas.

    Born in 1856 he was a master of Malaga works. He was the author and director of the plans of Calle Larios and its surroundings.




    Bernardo Giner de los Ríos.

    Born in Malaga 1888, he was an architect and politician. He was in charge of the ministries of Communications and Transportation. He went into exile in Mexico. He died in 1970.




    Antonio García Garrido.

    He was born in Malaga in 1931. Some of his most emblematic buildings are the Gaudí Building, the Church of Santa Rosa de Lima and the Tower of Malaga.



    Salvador Moreno Peralta

    Malagueño born in 1947. Father of singer Pablo Alborán.





    Manuel Giménez Lombardo

    He was born in Malaga in 1872. Road, Channel and Port Engineer




    Valeriano Claros Guerra

    Born in Fuengirola in 1942. Engineer who intervened in the renovation of the telephone communications network in Spain. He started in the field of space engineering, and worked for NASA and the European Space Agency. He has received several awards and medals.




    Antonio Luque López.

    Malagueño since 1941. Expert engineer in photovoltaic solar energy. In addition, Professor of Physical Electronics at the Polytechnic University of Madrid. Founder, director and current president of the Institute of Solar Energy of this university. The Malaga-based manufacturer of photovoltaic cells Isofotón has also been founded. He has received numerous awards and his career is full of milestones, such as the construction of the first laser in Spain.



    Francisco de la Torre Acosta

    He was born in Frigiliana in 1911. He was an engineer, businessman and teacher. He was part of the Association of Friends of the University of Malaga, which claimed a university for the city. He developed projects for companies in the industrial sector, such as Taillefer, Ruperto Heaton or Renfe workshops. As Chief Engineer of the Electrical and Mechanical Services of the City Council of Malaga, he developed a street and avenue lighting plan that would bring light to all corners of Malaga. He also made the artistic lighting of monuments such as the Gibralfaro Castle or the Alcazaba. He died in 1969.


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