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  • Lorrinda Anderson

    El Camino del Rey (King's pathway), Málaga, Spain. Walking close to the edge of the subway platform makes me nervous. I would never try this path.

  • Hollie Marie

    #travel #hike #place :: El Camino del Rey (King's pathway) - Málaga, Spain. The walkway is one metre (3 feet and 3 inches) in width, and rises over 100 metres (350 feet) above the river below.

  • Tassy Johnson

    El Camino del Rey (King's pathway), Málaga, Spain. Reminds me of a road we drove on in Colorado lol

  • jorge serrano

    El Camino del Rey (King's Pathway) - Malaga, Spain. The walkway is one meter in width and rises over 100 meters above the river below.

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