El Torcal de Antequera is a nature reserve in Antequera, Spain; known for its unusual limestone formations and magnificent geology.

El Torcal de Antequera~ nature reserve in Antequera, Spain~known for its unusual limestone formations and magnificent geology.

Rincones de Andalucía: Dolmen de Viera (Antequera, Málaga) / Places of Andalucía: Viera Dolmen (Antequera, Málaga)-- Not sure what that all says, but I want to find this place.

Rincones de Andalucía: Dolmen de Viera (Antequera, Málaga) / Places of Andalucía: Viera Dolmen (Antequera, Málaga)-- Not sure what that all says, but I want to find this place.

Dolmens of Menga or Antequera (Spain) est: 4000 - 3000 BC. A megalithic burial mound. It is considered to be the largest such structure in Europe.

Dolmens of Menga or Antequera (Spain) est: 4000 - 3000 BC. A megalithic burial mound. It is considered to be the largest such structure in Europe.

Formaciones cársticas en El Torcal de Antequera, Málaga, España

Formaciones cársticas en El Torcal de Antequera, Málaga, España

Vista nocturna de la Alcazaba · (Torre del Homenaje) Antequera Málaga Spain

Vista nocturna de la Alcazaba · (Torre del Homenaje) Antequera Málaga Spain

Retablo de la Iglesia del Carmen

On our trip to Antequera in Spain, we discovered that there are two many different things that stands out in this town. We share our 5 unforgettable ones!

Castles of Spain - The Alcazaba of Antequera is a fortess in Antequera,Malaga, Spain . It was erected in the 14th century to counter the Christian advance from the north, over Roman ruins. The Arab Muslim invasion of the Iberian peninsula began in 711. Antequera (Roman Antikaria) was conquered around 716, and was renamed "Antaquira". Its full name was Medina Antaquira, the word Medianh or Madinah meaning "city" in Arabic.

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Castles of Spain - The Alcazaba of Antequera is a fortess in Antequera,Malaga, Spain . It was erected in the 14th century to counter the Christian advance from the north, over Roman ruins. The Arab Muslim invasion of the Iberian peninsula began in 711. Antequera (Roman Antikaria) was conquered around 716, and was renamed "Antaquira". Its full name was Medina Antaquira, the word Medianh or Madinah meaning "city" in Arabic.

Dólmenes (Antequera, Málaga), by @manolo_baron

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Dólmenes (Antequera, Málaga), by @manolo_baron

Dólmenes de Antequera. Málaga. España.

Dólmenes de Antequera. Málaga. España.

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