Málaga's most famous son and world renowned artist Pablo Ruiz Picasso was born here. The house became a heritage ... More
Fundación Picasso Museo Casa Natal
Málaga's most famous son and world renowned artist Pablo Ruiz Picasso was born here. The house became a heritage site in 1983 and the Picasso Foundation took it over in 1998 to turn it into a research center. Nowadays, Museo-Casa Natal de Picasso houses some of Picasso's prints, ceramics and illustrated books along with 3500 pieces of contemporary art created by over 200 different artists. The foundation organizes regular exhibitions, conferences, and other events connected to its namesake as well as maintaining a library and research center. You can visit the exhibitions to see work by national and international artists in addition to the pieces created by the winner of the Picasso October award. Call ahead for more details.
This church, built in 1629, is of simple construction with only one enclosed nave. The chapels are adorned with paintings
representing the Passion of Christ. Adjacent to the church is a diocesan museum containing items belonging to the Brotherhood ...
This chapel was built in the 1980's as the headquarters of an important religious group, the Sisterhood of La Esperanza
, who take part in the Easter processions.The Catholic Church has since raised its status to that of a ...
This is the square with most tradition and one of the most archetypal in the city. It's located at an
intersection of four streets, which once housed the Ayuntamiento (City Council), the Prison, the Town Hall and the "Carnicerias" ...
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