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Roman Theatre

posted by pgleper on 27 October 2010 at 14:59

This amphitheatre is quite spectacular and a great place to come for a sit down or lunch as there's normally a choice of sun or shade whatever you fancy, I always go back when i'm in Malaga.

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Just by the Alcazaba, on Calle de Alcazaba

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Malaga amphitheatre  peace  shade 

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Malaga Central Market

posted by fmathews on 11 October 2010 at 14:48

My partner and I love to wander around local markets when we are abroad and Malago market it perfect to do just that!It is primarily a food market with some of the most enticing fruit and vegetables, not to mention the well know fish and cheese sections.

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Central Malaga

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Malaga market  food 

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Casa Natal Museum

posted by wheyman on 11 October 2010 at 14:44

The museum displays an extensive selection of Picasso’s work and information about his life and family. Furthermore the historic house acts as a Research Centre, in the attempt to gather as many artefacts about the artist as possible. The museum is open from Monday to Sunday, with a small admission fee.

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Plaza de la Merced

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Malaga museum  art  history 

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Cafe Lepanto

posted by kcasteel on 11 October 2010 at 14:40

This cafe was a hoot! We found ourselves drawn to the noise coming from this cafe on the pedestrianised Calle Marqués de Larios - a central street in Málaga. We soon realised it was a posh sweet shop, serving up a whole host of pastries and cakes, ice creams, sweets, chocolates, coffees and teas. Yummy!

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Calle Marqués de Larios 7 Old Town

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Malaga cafe  cakes  pastries 

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Museo de la Cofradía de la Expiración

posted by dmays on 20 September 2010 at 16:01

By appointment only (+34 952 32 4616) this is a rare chance to see the beautiful vestments of the easter procession. not far from the centre a must-see for fellow catholics and interested persons alike.

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Plaza de Enrique Navarro 1

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Malaga easter  religion 

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