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How to get to Alhaurín el Grande (Andalucía) Hotel Alhaurín el Grande (Andalucía)

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Sunset in Alhaurin el Grande
Sunset in Alhaurin el Grande
  • Author: Gregory PC Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-09-16 20:49:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 36°37'47"N - 4°41'58"W
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Casa de hermandad (Alhaurín el Grande)
Casa de hermandad (Alhaurín el Grande)
  • Author: frayter Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2011-11-01 18:50:25
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 36°38'40"N - 4°41'23"W
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Iglesia de San Sebastián (Alhaurín el Grande)
Iglesia de San Sebastián (Alhaurín el Grande)
  • Author: frayter Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2011-11-01 18:57:28
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 36°38'41"N - 4°41'21"W
  • La Ermita de San Sebastián de Alhaurín el Grande es la capilla más antigua de la localidad, donde desde tiempo inmemorial se venera y da culto a la Sagrada Imagen de Nuestro Padre Jesús Nazareno por parte de la Real Hermandad que lleva su nombre, conocida como la de los "Moraos". Aparece reflejada en los Repartimientos de bienes y tierras que llevan a cabo las Reyes Católicos en 1492, tras la reconquista de Alhaurín, por lo que es posible que se tratase de un antiguo santuario árabe reconvertido en ermita cristiana en honor de San Sebastián, Patrón de Alhaurín el Grande. Se trata de un edificio de planta rectangular rematada con camarín. Cuenta con dos sacristías laterales, una de las cuales se encuentra destinada a almacén y la otra a Sala de Juntas. En la sacristía de la Ermita podemos encontrar una estela funeraria fechada en 1821 con el nombre del comerciante de origen irlandés D. Batolomé Costello y Fallon, nacido en 1776, hijo de Bartolomé Costello, natural de la Baronía de Costello, en Irlanda y de Emilia Fallón. La referida lápida estuvo ubicada hasta la Guerra Civil en el suelo de la Ermita a los pies del Altar. Hasta la Guerra Civil se veneraban en ella las imágenes de Nuestro Padre Jesús Nazareno, atribuida a Pedro de Mena, así como las de San Sebastián Mártir, San Roque, Nuestro Padre Jesús Resucitado, y las imágenes de una Verónica, un crucificado denominado Cristo de la Luz y una pequeña talla de la Virgen llamada Virgen del Socorro. Saqueado el templo en 1936 se produce su reconstrucción en las décadas siguientes. El retablo, de traza neobarroca, es realizado en 1956 por Pedro Pérez Hidalgo. En la actualidad, y junto a Nuestro Padre Jesús Nazareno, obra de José Navas-Parejo (1941), se veneran las imágenes de María Santísima del Mayor Dolor, de Pedro Pérez-Hidalgo (1962), Nuestro Padre Jesús Resucitado, de Suso de Marcos (1982) y San Sebastián Mártir (de autor desconocido, y adquirida en 1947). Todas ellas son procesionadas por su Real Hermandad. Además de ellas, se da culto en su interior a las de Nuestra Señora de Fátima, Sagrado Corazón de Jesús, Virgen del Carmen y Santa Cecilia. En la Sacristía y Sala de Juntas se encuentran las de Nuestro Padre Jesús a su Entrada en Jerusalén, Inmaculada Concepción y San Pancracio.
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House on the Hill
House on the Hill
  • Author: Ultrapurple Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-10-20 18:27:21
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 36°37'15"N - 4°42'37"W
  • In southern Spain, near the confluence of the MA-485, A-7053 and A-387 roads, there is a very distinctive vaguely Gothic-type edifice atop a medium-size hill. Visible for miles around, I've been aware of it for many years but have not been able to visit. Until now. I found a way up to it off the MA-485 - which deteriorated into a rough track near the summit and became impassable close to the top because parts of the track had washed away, leaving ruts that my car could not traverse. A 4 wheel drive SUV would have no problems, though. Metal thieves seemed to have been at work and there are many gaping holes along the approach where manhole covers formerly protected what I believe is a deep culvert. There are also deep ruts across the road where drainage grids used to be. It is clearly a modern construction - the inside is cast concrete and there's a lift shaft - but it was abandoned part-way through building. Several of the external doors and windows are bricked up, but there is a main entrance with a large iron gate swinging freely on its hinges. You enter into a peculiar world of strange-shaped rooms, graffiti, several different floors, partially completed staircases and unguarded sheer drops. It definitely wasn't what the modern 'elf and safety people would call "safe", but then again I realised I was entering at my own risk. As a child I grew up on building sites (my grandfather owned a small building firm and I often visited - and ran amok - at sites, using scaffolding, planks and exposed joists as my playground). This image is a hi-res closeup, generated from eight separate photos that were subsequently stitched and perspective-corrected using Microsoft image Composite Editor. The building is a very odd shape, which looks all the stranger thanks to the geometric distortions of photographing it from close-up, roughly 20 feet away. I couldn't get any further away without going over the somewhat precipitous edge of the hilltop. The views from the top of the building were, as I expected, breathtaking. It wasn't bad from ground level, either. However, the exposed position and lack of any glazing meant that even on a relatively calm day it was extremely windy. I dared not put my camera bag near any edges for fear of it being blown over. Likewise, I kept my distance from the unguarded sheer drops. One day, perhaps, someone will fall back in love with this location and do a Grand Designs job on it. Until then it will remain as an unfinished testament to the vision of an unknown person.
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Iglesia de San Sebastián (Alhaurín el Grande)
Iglesia de San Sebastián (Alhaurín el Grande)
  • Author: frayter Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2011-11-01 20:45:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 36°38'41"N - 4°41'21"W
  • La Ermita de San Sebastián de Alhaurín el Grande es la capilla más antigua de la localidad, donde desde tiempo inmemorial se venera y da culto a la Sagrada Imagen de Nuestro Padre Jesús Nazareno por parte de la Real Hermandad que lleva su nombre, conocida como la de los "Moraos". Aparece reflejada en los Repartimientos de bienes y tierras que llevan a cabo las Reyes Católicos en 1492, tras la reconquista de Alhaurín, por lo que es posible que se tratase de un antiguo santuario árabe reconvertido en ermita cristiana en honor de San Sebastián, Patrón de Alhaurín el Grande. Se trata de un edificio de planta rectangular rematada con camarín. Cuenta con dos sacristías laterales, una de las cuales se encuentra destinada a almacén y la otra a Sala de Juntas. En la sacristía de la Ermita podemos encontrar una estela funeraria fechada en 1821 con el nombre del comerciante de origen irlandés D. Batolomé Costello y Fallon, nacido en 1776, hijo de Bartolomé Costello, natural de la Baronía de Costello, en Irlanda y de Emilia Fallón. La referida lápida estuvo ubicada hasta la Guerra Civil en el suelo de la Ermita a los pies del Altar. Hasta la Guerra Civil se veneraban en ella las imágenes de Nuestro Padre Jesús Nazareno, atribuida a Pedro de Mena, así como las de San Sebastián Mártir, San Roque, Nuestro Padre Jesús Resucitado, y las imágenes de una Verónica, un crucificado denominado Cristo de la Luz y una pequeña talla de la Virgen llamada Virgen del Socorro. Saqueado el templo en 1936 se produce su reconstrucción en las décadas siguientes. El retablo, de traza neobarroca, es realizado en 1956 por Pedro Pérez Hidalgo. En la actualidad, y junto a Nuestro Padre Jesús Nazareno, obra de José Navas-Parejo (1941), se veneran las imágenes de María Santísima del Mayor Dolor, de Pedro Pérez-Hidalgo (1962), Nuestro Padre Jesús Resucitado, de Suso de Marcos (1982) y San Sebastián Mártir (de autor desconocido, y adquirida en 1947). Todas ellas son procesionadas por su Real Hermandad. Además de ellas, se da culto en su interior a las de Nuestra Señora de Fátima, Sagrado Corazón de Jesús, Virgen del Carmen y Santa Cecilia. En la Sacristía y Sala de Juntas se encuentran las de Nuestro Padre Jesús a su Entrada en Jerusalén, Inmaculada Concepción y San Pancracio.
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Castillo de la Mota
Castillo de la Mota
  • Author: M3lc0r Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-04-22 20:09:07
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 36°37'15"N - 4°42'37"W
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Atardecer
Atardecer
  • Author: M3lc0r Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-04-22 20:18:42
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 36°37'15"N - 4°42'37"W
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Girasoles
Girasoles
  • Author: By Juan Manuel Angel Espinosa Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-11-24 09:58:51
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 36°38'16"N - 4°41'23"W
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House on the Hill - Alhaurin el Grande Castle
House on the Hill - Alhaurin el Grande Castle
  • Author: Ultrapurple Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-10-15 18:23:43
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 36°37'15"N - 4°42'37"W
  • In southern Spain, near the confluence of the MA-485, A-7053 and A-387 roads, there is a very distinctive vaguely Gothic-type edifice atop a medium-size hill. Visible for miles around, I've been aware of it for many years but have not been able to visit. Until now. I found a way up to it off the MA-485 - which deteriorated into a rough track near the summit and became impassable close to the top because parts of the track had washed away, leaving ruts that my car could not traverse. A 4 wheel drive SUV would have no problems, though. Metal thieves seemed to have been at work and there are many gaping holes along the approach where manhole covers formerly protected what I believe is a deep culvert. There are also deep ruts across the road where drainage grids used to be. It is clearly a modern construction - the inside is cast concrete and there's a lift shaft - but it was abandoned part-way through building. Several of the external doors and windows are bricked up, but there is a main entrance with a large iron gate swinging freely on its hinges. You enter into a peculiar world of strange-shaped rooms, graffiti, several different floors, partially completed staircases and unguarded sheer drops. It definitely wasn't what the modern 'elf and safety people would call "safe", but then again I realised I was entering at my own risk. As a child I grew up on building sites (my grandfather owned a small building firm and I often visited - and ran amok - at sites, using scaffolding, planks and exposed joists as my playground). The views from the top were, as I expected, breathtaking. However, the exposed position and lack of any glazing meant that even on a relatively calm day it was extremely windy. I dared not put my camera bag near any edges for fear of it being blown over. Likewise, I kept my distance from the unguarded sheer drops. One day, perhaps, someone will do a Grand Designs job on Alhaurin el Grande Castle. Until then it will remain as an unfinished testament to the vision of an unknown person.
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Castillo de la Mota
Castillo de la Mota
  • Author: Rich1078346 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-20 09:24:31
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 36°37'15"N - 4°42'37"W
  • Urbanizacion UR9, 39, 29120 Alhaurín el Grande, Málaga, Spain
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Castillo de la Mota
Castillo de la Mota
  • Author: Rich1078346 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-20 09:25:05
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 36°37'15"N - 4°42'37"W
  • Urbanizacion UR9, 39, 29120 Alhaurín el Grande, Málaga, Spain
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Castillo de la Mota
Castillo de la Mota
  • Author: Rich1078346 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-20 09:27:15
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 36°37'15"N - 4°42'37"W
  • Urbanizacion UR9, 39, 29120 Alhaurín el Grande, Málaga, Spain
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Castillo de la Mota
Castillo de la Mota
  • Author: Rich1078346 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-20 09:34:42
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 36°37'15"N - 4°42'37"W
  • Urbanizacion UR9, 39, 29120 Alhaurín el Grande, Málaga, Spain
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Castillo de la Mota
Castillo de la Mota
  • Author: Rich1078346 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-20 09:39:27
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 36°37'15"N - 4°42'37"W
  • Urbanizacion UR9, 39, 29120 Alhaurín el Grande, Málaga, Spain
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Castillo de la Mota
Castillo de la Mota
  • Author: Rich1078346 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-20 18:19:08
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 36°37'15"N - 4°42'37"W
  • Urbanizacion UR9, 39, 29120 Alhaurín el Grande, Málaga, Spain
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