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11-May-2022 Tim Betts

Málaga Roman Theater

The Roman theater in the southern Spanish city of Málaga is thought to have been built in the late first century BC during the reign of Augustus. Above the theater is the Alcazaba fortress, built by the Moors in the early 11th century.

I think Tim was worried about not sending me many pictures, so after the UN counterterrorism conference was over, he spent several hours walking around the city photographing things of interest.

Best to view in "Original" because other versions resized by PBase are decidedly

Plaza Obispo, Málaga, posted earlier:

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Dennis Hoyne20-May-2022 00:13
An excellent shot, it must still be used, I like the platform stage in the center.
victorswan14-May-2022 16:23
A fantastic image from The Roman theater, Simply wonderful if you can look back on such wonderful travels. you did see something of the world and made beautiful reports of it, BV
Zoltán Balogh14-May-2022 04:59
This is a great and really clever composition, Tim! V
Julie Oldfield14-May-2022 01:13
Incredible capture of history. Really nice. V
janescottcumming13-May-2022 14:02
That's a neat looking place. Looks like a good day to be out exploring. V
George McCarten13-May-2022 08:57
A great sweeping view of the theater and the background fortress.
Charlene Ambrose13-May-2022 06:28
Looks like a few other photographers were there. Nice capture of this historic site. V
Gill Kopy13-May-2022 04:52
Neat shot - love the photographer shadows :) Lots of history to enjoy here. V
Don12-May-2022 21:47
Amazing, a thousand years of separation yet they merge so well.
Pierre Martin12-May-2022 17:00
splendid picture of that old monument!
globalgadabout12-May-2022 16:58
Malaga has clearly been a popular spot with invading conquerors...well done by Tim to visit and capture an image where cultures intersect..
joseantonio12-May-2022 14:46
a place with much history.V.
Nick Paoni12-May-2022 13:47
A fascinating piece of history. Love seeing the shadows of the shooters at the bottom of the frame.