Plaza de la Merced Square is one of the most famous and widely visited places of Malaga. The square has become popular because of the great world-genius painter Pablo Picasso – his home is located there. One more attraction of this place is a monument dedicated to General Torrijos. In 2003 the Picasso Museum was formally established in the palace of Buenavista graphs by order of the King of Spain. Today the museum exhibits more than 200 of his works. Both government and inhabitants of Malaga pay much attention to flora and fauna of the region, as well as to the restoration of nature, so in this city you will find the only Maritime Aula del Mar Museum that exhibits a collection of more than 500 representatives of flora and fauna from the Alboran Sea. The local Botanic Garden has a large collection of numerous plants from different parts of the world.
Malaga is famous for its delicious Mediterranean cuisine. Don’t hesitate to try fried fish, clams, oysters, shrimps in various forms, and many other dishes. Finally, numerous small and vintage wine shops called Bodega offer guests to taste internationally famous Andalusian wine.
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