Province of Málaga

The Province of Málaga is located on the southern mediterranean coast of Spain, in Andalusia. It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the south and by the provinces of Cádiz, Seville, Córdoba, Granada, its area is 7,308 square kilometres and its population is 1,652,999, concentrated in the metropolitan area of Málaga, province capital, throughout the coastal area. The population density surpasses both the Andalusia and Spanish averages, reaching 222.53 inhabitants/km2. Málaga contains 102 municipalities. Besides the capital, its main cities are Marbella, Fuengirola, Vélez-Málaga, Torremolinos and Benalmádena, all in the coastal zone; the towns of Antequera and Ronda are located in the interior. The prevailing climate is a warm Mediterranean with dry and warm, long summers with short, mild winters; the geographical relief varies from zone to zone. In general, the coastal zone has a subtropical Mediterranean climate. To the north, a continental Mediterranean climate exists with warm summers, its main industry and claim to fame is its tourist resorts those on the beaches along the Costa del Sol.

These beaches are visited by millions of European tourists. Metropolitan area of Málaga Costa del Sol Occidental Guadalhorce valley La Axarquía Serranía de Ronda Comarca de Antequera Los Alcornocales Natural Park Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park Montes de Málaga Natural Park Sierras of Tejeda and Alhama Natural Park List of municipalities in Málaga The Caminito del Rey tourist information in English Video about Malaga province Malaga Metropolitan Transport Consortium Website Malaga Tourism

My Jun, My Style

My Jun, My Style is the first single album by Lee Joon-gi. He released his mini album My Jun, My Style on April 26, 2007 which contains three ballads, which he wrote for his fans at the Episode 1 fan meeting on May 21, 2006. In addition, this release comes with a DVD containing special footage of Lee's visits around Asia and behind-the-scenes footage; the photo album offers a first look at Lee's anticipated upcoming film Virgin Snow, which co-stars Japanese actress Aoi Miyazaki. A poll by a music website Jukeon that asked "Who will be the most popular if they release an album?" Lee ended up being in first place with 66% of the votes. The My Jun Collection, released August 16, 2006 comes with such essential gifts as a special Jun Ki standing base figure as well as special USB kit accessory; the set's 256 MB USB allows fans to access 3 special songs including the principal track's MV plus exclusive making of and photo material. Included in this edition is the "My Jun" manual. One Word Don’t Know Love Foolish Love

Stuart Robbins

Stuart Robbins was a Welsh basketball player from Neath in South Wales, who played at centre for the London Towers and Thames Valley in the British Basketball League and professionally in Germany, Belgium and in Limerick, Ireland. He had played college basketball at Saint Joseph's University in Pennsylvania, United States. In Limerick, he served as assistant coach as well as centre for the city's Superleague team UL Eagles. UL Eagles point guard Matt Hall Welsh, was a close friend. Stuart Robbins died in his sleep at the age of 33, he had just completed his debut season with UL Eagles, where he led his team in scoring and rebounding and was considered one of the outstanding players of that season