The city of Malaga, Andalucia, Spain has been growing as a center of art over the past few decades. Known by many for its thirty museums, “golden-age” architecture, and for being the birth place of Pablo Picasso, Malaga has many sights to offer for visitors. The Picasso Museum and Casa Natal celebrate the artist’s upbringing in the coastal city, while the Carmen Thyssen Museum celebrates the collector’s personal collection, rivaling that of Madrid’s Thyssen museum. The Contemporary Art Museum and Municipal Museum of Malaga also offer art enthusiasts a wide variety of incredible “obras.” The Alcazaba is a smaller version of the Alhambra in Granada, an old fortress built originally by the Romans.
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