The controversial Arch at the East entrance to Marbella has become an iconic feature of this world-famous resort town on Spain's Costa del Sol. Built in 1991 by no less controversial mayor Jesús Gil, this image was taken in 1995 for the book his party published on their urban transformation agenda. Scanned from 6X7cm Fuji slide film.
This photograph is available both in horizontal and square formats; this is the square version.
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