Tourists walk along the ‘El Caminito del Rey’ (King’s Little Path) in Malaga, Spain. ‘El Caminito del Rey’. It was built in 1905 and reopened last weekend after a safer footpath was installed above the original. The path, known as the most dangerous footpath in the world, was closed after two fatal accidents in 1999 and 2000. The restoration started in 2011 and reportedly cost 5.5 million euros.
Horse riders wave to the crowd during the Epiphany parade in Malaga, southern Spain. Traditionally, Spanish children receive their presents delivered by the Three Wise Men in the morning of January 6 (Twelfth Night) during the Christian day of Epiphany
A couple chat as they sit in swings during the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women in downtown Ronda, near Malaga, southern Spain on Tuesday.
Students, teachers and parents protest against the government’s cost-cutting reform plans in education as part of austerity measures, in front of the Education Delegation building in Malaga, southern Spain, during a nationwide general strike called by the education sector