By Euro Weekly News Media • 10 July 2015 • 8:00
A NEW Malaga project which aims to begin blending in a former scar on the cityscape and open it up to the public, looks likely to become a reality next year.Malaga city’s Guadalmedina river, often seen in the past as a gash across the face of the city and an obstacle to overcome, will, if the project receives approval from the Environmental board, gain a pedestrian and cycling path all the way from Tetuan bridge to Limonero reservoir.Using tracks already created to give access to lorries brought in the past for work on the river mouth, Fundacion Ciedes’ project aims to create a 3.4 metre wide concrete walkway for public use.
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