The impressive building that's now the Rectory of the University of Malaga used to be the post office. As well as being an interesting building designed in the Mudejar style, it hosts exhibitions in its hall. There's history beneath the building too - remains of the Phoenician wall of Malaga were found there.
With its six large columns and portico, this imposing and impressive building is one of Malaga's major landmarks. Built between 1933 and 1936, it was designed in an elegant Neoclassical style by architect...
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Perched high atop a hill, the Alcazaba, a 14th-century Moorish fortress, has to-die-for views over the Andalusian coastline. Highlights of this calming refuge are the Patio de los Surtidores with its bubbling...
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Restored to its former glory 50 years ago, after lying undiscovered for many years, Malaga's Roman theatre may remind you of the Alcazaba. That’s because its stones and columns, originally built in the time of...
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