Marbella

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Marbella

(märbā`lyä), city (1990 pop. 81,876), Málaga prov., S Spain, in Andalusia, on the Mediterranean Sea. The city is a noted resort for wealthy tourists. Many of its permanent residents are foreigners.

Marbella

a coastal resort in S Spain, on the Costa del Sol. Pop.: 100 000 (2004 est.)
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It contains documents dating from 1958, the year before Batista was overthrown by Fidel Castro, to 1973, when he died in Marbella, Spain.