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A person does not just get to be a Malagueño because of birth; to be a true Malagueño, one has to be immersed deep into its culture and traditions. Malaga, a culturally enriched city, is said to be one of the oldest cities in the world. Moors, Romans, and Phoenicians ruled the city, and evidence of their influence can be seen throughout the city.

Malaga is known for its rich cultural heritage and historic landmarks. Pablo Picasso, the world-renowned painter, was born in Malaga in 1881; until the age of ten, he lived in Malaga. But Malaga's culture and traditions influenced some of his later paintings. The city has numerous museums and art galleries that showcase various aspects of its history, art, and culture.


Javier Román Gallery

Javier Román Gallery

The Javier Román Gallery is located in the core of Malaga and in the vicinity of the Picasso Foundation Natal House and street. The gallery was established in 1999, and the showroom is about 100 sq. metres in area. It exhibits works of various artists from...

Gallery Javier Marín

The Gallery Javier Marín (JM Gallery) came into being in 2001, with the sole objective of promoting the plastic and visual artists under the directorship of Javier Marin. A trip to the famous gallery is indeed an educational experience. Various national and international fairs...


Procession Of The Kings

The procession takes place on 5th and 6th of January, and is a Spanish festivity of the Epiphany. The parade starts with the arrival of the three kings, Gaspar, Melchior and Baltasar, a small child then reads a letter addressed to the kings, requesting...

Malaga Carnival

Carnival in Malaga is one of the biggest events in Spain thanks to its colourful and multicultural ethnicity. The carnival takes place before the solemn period of Lent and gives the people a good reason to let their hair down and enjoy. Costumed dancers...


Museum Jorge Rando

The Jorge Rando Museum is the first of its kind in Spain. The museum represents expressionist art and is devoted to the painter Jorge Rando and his work. The museum focuses on learning and propagation of the works of Jorge Rando, and also represents...

Picasso Foundation

Pablo Picasso, the great painter was born in Malaga in 1881. His five storey house has now become the headquarter of The Fundacion Picasso - a foundation that promotes, encourages and provides historians the resources to do research on Picasso's work...


The Trade Fairs and Congress Center

The Trade Fairs and Congress Centre of Malaga, better known as Palacio de Ferias y Congresos de Malaga (FYCMA) is the most noted place in Malaga and Costa Del Sol, to hold national and international events and exhibitions. The modern structure has...

Centre for Cultural Provincial

A 3,000 square-metre complex stretching over four floors, Centre for Cultural Provincial also called as Centro Cultural Provincial is located on Ollerias Street, in a 14th century building, which was once called ""Casa de Expósitos"". When the Provincial...

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