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 A Gang Of Spanish Grannies

Fear not, this is not another modern day 21st century shitpost as the title might infer. We don’t do that kind of thing here. What you see is what you get with Matouring. So then, what exactly are we talking about? Today, we feature a little-known, but nonetheless interesting Spanish village – Alhaurín de la Torre. To start with the basics, the town is part of Málaga Metropolitan Area and of the comarca of Valle del Guadalhorce. It sits at the entrance to the Guadalhorce valley on the slopes of the Sierra de Mijas mountains, some 17 km from Málaga. If you haven’t been, Málaga is a lovely sea-side town with expansive beaches, an historic bullring and impressive caves to the west. Definitely add it to your list.

But, what makes Alhaurín de la Torre interesting? It’s the women who live there. They turned a typical – and scorching at time – street into a work of art. Watch the video below, courtesy of

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