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Pictures of Ronda, travel photos from one of Hemingway's favorite summer vacation towns.:
Country:Spain,   City:Ronda,   Category:Architecture By Fernando
About  Ronda, travel photos from one of Hemingway's favorite summer vacation towns. 
Of all the cities I had the opportunity to visit in Spain, Ronda created its own category. Before getting there, I was told by my brother in law that Hemingway was inspired by this place to produce some of his work, the same with Orson Wells. I was very curious and although I had heard about Ronda before, I didn't know what to expect. We drove to Ronda coming from the south coast of Spain, close by Marbella. I think the photos from this trip speak on their own, at the same time, I wouldn't think this will inspire you as much as it would if you make it to Ronda, get to the edge of the cliff, look down and around, and realize how imaginative and audacious human civilizations have been. Ronda is about 100 kilometers from Malaga and is part of the autonomous community of Andalusia. The current Ronda is of Roman origins, and received the title of city at the time of Julius Caesar. The history can be fascinating and the beauty of it, overwhelming. I understood why (or got a clue of) Hemingway and Orson Wells both wrote about Ronda's beauty and were inspired by this 35,000 people paradise. More
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