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Bridge Over The River Guadalmedina In Malaga I. Spain

Jenny Rainbow

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Tokyo - Japan

Very nice image!

Orange Park, FL - United States

Beautiful image! v

Jenny Rainbow replied:

Thank you very much, Bob and Nancy! :-)

Rochester, NY - United States

BEautiful work, I love this image! great series

Jenny Rainbow replied:

Judy, thank you very much!

Bucharest, Ro - Romania

The light is so special in this photo and you've captured so wonderfully these houses with tile roofs, which I love. Splendid job you did with this series, Jenny. f,v

Jenny Rainbow replied:

Many, many thanks to your wonderful uplifting words, Ana! :-)

San Lorenzo, CA - United States

I really love the texture you've used here, and the perspective and detail are just wonderful!!!

Jenny Rainbow replied:

Thanks a lot Laurie, very happy to hear you like this series!

Colombo, we - Sri Lanka

Very .weldone! Series you make Jenny! I love so much this bridge..series.specially you selected..matching textures.very and your great my vote and fav/I'm sure even one can sale.buyers this..great architecture...! wish you always.

Jenny Rainbow replied:

Thank you very much, Nali, for your generous support, its deeply appreciated! :-)

Akron, OH - United States

Interesting the light on the walls in contrast to the dark bridge. Beautiful!!

Jenny Rainbow replied:

Thank you very much, Anthony! I loved to walk around Malaga and found many interesting architectural details, and decided to make it in one textured key whole series...

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Bridge Over The River Guadalmedina In Malaga I. Spain


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The series of textured images in painting style presenting Malaga, Andalusian city in Spain.

Malaga is a large city in the southern Spanish region of Andalucia and capital of the Malaga Province. The largest city on the Costa del Sol, Malaga has a typical Mediterranean climate and is also known as the birthplace of the artist Picasso. The city offers beaches, hiking, architectural sites, art museums, and excellent shopping and cuisine. While more laid back than Madrid or Barcelona, Malaga is still the center and transport hub for the hugely popular Costa del Sol region, which is flooded with tourists in the summer, and the city has certainly cashed in on the sun and sand, with lots of new construction as well as hotels and facilities geared to tourists. However, Malaga also offers some genuinely interesting historical and cultural attractions in its old city and its setting on the coast is still beautiful.

Puente de Santo Domingo - This small pedestrian bridge is a metallic structure that joins the Pasillo de Santa Isabel with the Pasillo de Santo Domingo. The bridge is also called Puente de los Alemanes (Bridge of the Germans). The history of this bridge is very interesting.

In Dec. 18, 1900, the German Navy training ship "Gneisenau" was anchored at the port of Malaga. Suddenly a very fierce storm came on the city and the ship was rammed against the rocks of the quay. This caused the hull of the ship to break and the ship sunk. The fishermen at the port went to sea to try to rescue the 486 crew members of the ship who were in the water. They were able to rescue most of them, except for 41 men. Unfortunately many fishermen died in the rescue.

The men who were rescued were brought to the hospitals and many were brought to private residences, where the owners took care of the men.

Those German seamen who died were put in a common grave in the English cemetery, and there is a monument to them there. Later the families who took care of the seamen received a letter of thanks from the Kaiser. Because the Malagueños were valiant and saved many lives in the incident at risk to their own lives, the city received the title of "Muy Hospitalaria" (Very Hospitable) from the Royal Crown, which is on the coat of arms of the city.

The story does not end there. On Sept. 3, 1907, the Guadalmedina River went into a rampage because of torrential rains and destroyed many of the bridges that crossed it. When the Germans read the notices in their newspapers, they decided to collect money to help the Malagueños, and this money was used to construct the Bridge of Santo Domingo between 1907 and 1909.

There is a plaque on the bridge that reads: "Alemania donó a Málaga este puente agradecida al heróico auxilio que la ciudad prestó a los náufragos de la fragata de guerra Gneisenau."

(Germany donated this bridge to Malaga in appreciation for the heroic help given by the city to the shipwrecked seamen from the frigate of war Gneisenau).

The City Hall has a beautiful painting by Muñoz Degrain of “El Socorro de los Malagueños a los Naufragos de la Fragata Alemana Gneisenau” (The Rescue by Malagueños of the Shipwrecked from the German Ship Gneisenau).

This is a wonderful story of one city helping citizens of one country and that country responding positively when the first city needed help.

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