Actress Keerthy Suresh's tryst with Spain

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Keerthy Suresh, who made her mark in the south Indian film industry, is the daughter of film producer Suresh Kumar and yesteryear heroine Menaka. Keerthy, who is well-known to Malayalam movie-goers, made her Mollywood debut in Mohanlal-starrer 'Geethangali,' which was directed by Priyadarshan. The actress is on cloud nine as her exemplary histrionic skills brought her the national award for best actress last year.

Keerthy has shared some beautiful pictures of her visit to Spain. The actress has posted snaps of her journey through the streets of the ancient port city of Malaga on Instagram. In one of the pictures, Keerthi is snapped with a replica of the Renault CB Coupe de Ville car, which was being transported from Southampton in the UK to New York in the US in the ill-fated Titanic ship. But the car never reached New York as the luxury liner sank with hundreds of passengers on board in the Atlantic Ocean in 1912.

The historic city of Malaga, which became famous as the birthplace of decorated artist Pablo Picasso, has many stories to tell. The rich culture of Malaga, which has golden beaches and streets stuffed with the beauty of antiquity, has always attracted historians and travellers alike.

Malaga, which is known as the capital of ‚ÄėCosta del Sol‚Äô, is one of the main tourist centers in Europe. As per the available data, nearly 60 lakh tourists visit this port city every year. The places of interest in Malaga include Picasso‚Äôs birthplace, Museo Picasso Malaga, Carmen Thyssen Museum, and the splendid beaches. Malaga has the second busiest port, which was built circa 600BC, in the Iberian Peninsula.

Spain’s fourth busiest airport is in this ancient city and there are flight services connecting 20 cities in Spain, 100 cities in Europe, and places in Africa and West Asia with Malaga. The tourists reaching Malaga airport can either board buses or sub-urban trains to travel to different parts of the city.

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