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Museo Automovilistico

Home to a massive collection of some of the most famous vintage and modern cars, Museo Automovilistico is a must visit for every automobile enthusiast. Featuring some of the biggest and most popular car brands such as Bentley, Jaguar, Bugatti, Ferrari and RollsRoyce, this is where you will find some of the most iconic and even some rare cars. Divided into ten different sections, the museum takes you on a systematic guide through the evolution of the automobile industry and cars in general.

Museo del Vidrio y Cristal

Nestled within period home, built sometime in the 18th Century, Museo del Vidrio y Cristal houses a grand collection of around 3,000 artifacts, ranging from paintings, cut glass, furniture and many other ancient objects. The pieces of art, show the distinct way of craftsmanship, highlighting the local talents from the old era. Visiting the museum shall truly be a great experience for all those who are drawn toward local art and history of craftsmen.

Alcazaba of Málaga

An old Arab fortress that dominates the city from its vantage point on the hill above the Malaga Bay, La Alcazaba has now become a symbol of the modern city and an important tourist attraction. Sultan Badis, ruler of the Moorish province of Granada is credited for having it built in the 11th Century. It was declared a national heritage site in 1931 and extensive restoration work began the same year which was completed in 1947 turning back the clock and revealing the fortress's original splendor. Explorations around the site throw light on how even earlier Roman remains were incorporated into the Moorish building work, and there are attractive gardens covered in swathes of blooming bougainvillea and orange trees ripe with scented fruit where visitors can sit and rest.

Castillo de Gibralfaro

The most important and best-preserved remains of the Moorish occupation are joined to the Alcazaba. The Phoenicians are believed to have built a fortress on this craggy hill first, but it was Sultan Yusuf I of Granada who had the Coracha (a walled passageway that connects the Alcazaba and the castle) built in the 14th Century. The structure has been modified many times over the years as part of the city's defenses and stands as a chronicle of Malaga's rich history. Visitors can walk up from the pretty Puerta Oscura gardens to the medieval castle which promises panoramic views of Malaga and its bustling harbor dotted with white boats in the distance. There is an interpretation center on-site as well as a military museum.

Catedral de la Encarnación de Málaga

A masterpiece of Spanish Renaissance architecture, the Catedral de Málaga is a spectacular landmark that crowns the city's historic quarter. Construction for the church began in the 16th Century, and the ornate interiors largely date from this period while the 18th-century exteriors highlight a Baroque influence. The cathedral's original plan envisaged two bell towers, but due to the vast expenditure, only one was ever completed, leading to the nickname La Manquita, meaning lady with one arm. The church's 15 side chapels are richly adorned with religious art and beautiful paintings while the elaborately bedecked choir stalls can be largely attributed to sculptor Pedro de Mena. The 200-step staircase leads up to the bell tower which commands mesmerizing views across the city. The museum housed within the church is a repository of some of the most beautiful period art.

Russian Art Museum

Russian Art Museum is dedicated to the collection and exhibition of artwork related to the former Soviet Union and modern day Russia. Housed in the famous Tabacalera building, this museum offers a glimpse through the history and culture of the Russian Federation. Found here a sizable collection of canvas paintings and sculptures as well as a number of artifacts and historic books. The museum also hosts regular exhibitions, which features several iconic works of art from previous eras.

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