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Fachada principal de la Industria Malagueña. A la izquierda podemos ver la escultura de Heredia, que actualmente preside la avenida que lleva su nombre.

Footwork diagram from grandmaster of Destreza: Don Louis Pacheco de Narvaez. Taken from national library of Spain, Madrid. It shows the directional Movement, beginning from the letter A. Right foot forwards constant. Single letters represent the right foot, double letters the left. Manuscript dates 1625.

Blas de Lezo, was one of the greatest commanders and strategists in the history of the Spanish Navy. He is best remembered for his defensive tactis at the Battle of Cartagena against the Bristish navy. Lezo lost his left leg in the Battle of Velez Málaga, the defense of Toulon cost him his left eye. The defeat of the British invasion assured the preservation of the Spanish Empire in America. Lezo suffering from a wound died at Cartagena shortly after the victory.

Anita Delgado, born in 1890 Malaga, Spain, a famous flamenco dancer. In 1906, she performed in celebrations on the marriage of the Spanish king, and caught the eye of a visiting dignatry, Jagatjit Singh, the Maharaja of Kapurthala. She was 16, he was 34. After 2 years of courtship, finishing school and French lessons sponsored by the Maharaja, Delgado left behind her work and her life in Spain to live in opulence in the Himalayan foothills, as Maharani Prem Kaur of Kapurthala.

Combat with Sword Artist/Maker(s): Fiore Furlan dei Liberi da Premariacco, author [Italian, about 1340/1350 - before 1450] Date: about 1410 Medium: Tempera colors, gold leaf, silver leaf, and ink on parchment Dimensions: Leaf: 27.9 x 20.6 cm (11 x 8 1/8 in.) Object Number: 83.MR.183.33v Department: Manuscripts

Combat with Sword Artist/Maker(s): Fiore Furlan dei Liberi da Premariacco, author [Italian, about 1340/1350 - before 1450] Date: about 1410 Medium: Tempera colors, gold leaf, silver leaf, and ink on parchment Dimensions: Leaf: 27.9 x 20.6 cm (11 x 8 1/8 in.) Object Number: 83.MR.183.29 Department: Manuscripts