National Geographic : 1936 Oct
Photograph byFlandrin SHOT AND SHELL HAVE RUINED MANY OF MALAGA'S FINEST BUILDINGS A few days after a group of Americans were evacuated here by the U.S.S. Quincy, a clash between rebels and loyalists caused havoc inthis Mediterranean port's main business district, left, shown here as it looked before the war. Atop the hill to the left of the bull ring, uppercenter, istheGibralfaro, 13th-century Moorish citadel built on the site of a Phoenician fortress. A wide avenue skirts the harbor, where ships load wine, olive oil, canary seed, and other products ofAndalusia (p.427).