The meteorological phenomenon known as calima ha sepia tinted the white town of mijas in the early hours of this Friday, characterized by its Andalusian typology and its whitewashed houseswhich has dawned with muddy streets and puddles at certain points.

The temple of the Plaza Virgen de la Peña, in Mijas.

The temple of the Plaza Virgen de la Peña, in Mijas.

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MH

(Mijas)


The dust of the Sahara leaves this Friday unique images in the Andalusian white village par excellence of the Costa del Sol, which must now print efforts to recover whiteness of its facades.

The wall of the MIjas Pueblo nursery after the rain.

The wall of the MIjas Pueblo nursery after the rain.

The wall of the MIjas Pueblo nursery after the rain.

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MH

(Mijas)


To do this, the City Council has indicated that all street cleaning staff they have left to the street to alleviate the effects of the storm.

The Plaza Virgen de la Peña, in Mijas.

The Plaza Virgen de la Peña, in Mijas.

The Plaza Virgen de la Peña, in Mijas.

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MH

(Mijas)


In addition, they have pointed out that Basic Income program workers They are collaborating in the cleaning tasks of the municipality, which are dedicating themselves to conditioning work “in streams and ditches to clean them of mud and stones”.

A man washing down the horse carts.

A man washing down the horse carts.

A man washing down the horse carts.

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MH

(Mijas)


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