|Tourism in Malaga|
The Picasso Museum
The King and Queen of Spain inaugurated the Museo Picasso (Picasso Museum) on the 27th October 2003. The museum is housed in the Palacio de Buenavista. You will find it right in the heart of the Historic Centre of the city, with the dramatic backdrop of the Alcazaba Fortress and Gibralfaro Castle close by. Literally two minutes walking distance from Malaga Cathedral, this magnificent old building has been painstakingly restored to befit the importance of the works of the great artist.
Moorish fortress overlooking the city, which dates from the eighth century, with beautiful patios and gardens and a small museum.
Centro de Arte Contemporáneo.
This contemporary art centre, housed in a restored market, is easily the best in Andalucia. The museum has a permanent collection comprising around 400 works big international names.
La Manquita cathedral
Built between 1528 and 1782. While original plans had allowed for two towers, lack of funds resulted in the completion of only one, giving rise to the name by which the cathedral is affectionately referred to, La Manquita, loosely interpreted as "one armed woman".
El Teatro Romano
El Teatro Romano is the oldest monument in Málaga City. It is situated in the cultural heart of the city, at the foot of the famous Alcazaba fortress. It is one of the only Ancient ruins left in Málaga.
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