Spanish while travelling
Many valuable archaeological remains have been preserved in Malaga, including rock paintings in the caves of Ronda. Throughout the province there are also traces of Phoenician, Roman and Moorish rule. The main monuments are the Roman theatres in Ronda and Malaga, the Roman village of Río Verde in Marbella, as well as the Alcazaba fortifications, Gibralfaro Castle and the cathedral in the capital. The cathedral of Malaga was originally supposed to have two towers, but one of them has never been completed. For this reason, it is humorously called “one-armed”.