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|The Malaga Picasso Museum: 2 times per month we organize a visit to this museum. It is located in the city centre.
12 halls of permanent exhibition gallery. Christine and Bernard Picasso have placed 204 pieces of work from their private collections at the disposal of the Picasso Museum in Malaga.
According to Carmen Gimenez, the museum director, these are pieces that cover “all the creative periods of the artist’s work”, and include creations from his youth to those which he signed at the end of his life.
|Archaeological Museum is located in the castle/ fortress “La Alcazaba”. It contains important archaeological fnds from the Phoenician era to the Moorish epoch. Many of the finds were found under the restoration of “La Alcazaba” and include Roman sculptures and mosaics, Arab ceramics and other pre-historical finds.We can visit also the “La Alcazaba”.|
|Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions which is housed in the fantastic Mesón de la Victoria which was a seventeenth-century inn.
The museum offers us an insight into the local way of life, including trades such as saddlery, forging or vine growing. There are nineteen rooms in total where you will be able to see such exhibits as a flourmill, an oil press as well as all sorts of traditional tools.
|The Malaga Wine Museum: Now the walls of the “Museo del Vino de Malaga” display more than 200 bottled wine varieties from fourteen of Malaga’s wineries. They also offer sherry, whiskey and brandy. Just as each Malaga town has its own culture and cuisine, they also have their traditional way of distilling the moscatel grape, to produce distinct flavours and attributes.|
|Bullfighting Museum: One of our teacher is a specialist in bull fighting and will drive you there and explain this special museum. In this museum you can find different examples of bull fighting articles as well as information about the history of bull fighting in Malaga and the rest of Spain. In this museum, dedicated to the art of bullfighting, you will surely enjoy the dazzling colors of the matador’s outfits, the traje de luces (suit of lights), along with pictures, posters and other materials that celebrate this tradition.|